Cemex USA celebrates Earth Day 2017

By |  April 26, 2017

Cemex USA employees took part in a number of sustainability efforts on Earth Day. Photo courtesy of Cemex.

Cemex USA employees throughout a number of company locations celebrated Earth Day 2017 by planting trees, building pollinator gardens and hosting community events.

In addition, the company’s Florida aggregate group hosted its 10th annual Earth Day celebration at the company’s Center Hill Mine. According to Cemex USA, more than 1,000 people were on hand to enjoy educational booths, tree plantings, mine tours, a fossil dig and other activities.

“We pride ourselves on our environmental initiatives and our commitment to sustainable business practices,” says Ignacio Madridejos, president of Cemex USA. “I’m proud of our team members across the U.S. for taking the opportunity this Earth Day to continue building a better future for their communities and our planet.”

Cemex is a global building materials company that provides services and products to its customers in more than 50 countries throughout the world. It’s U.S. network includes 11 cement plants, 43 distribution terminals, 57 aggregate quarries and more than 270 ready-mix concrete plants.

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