NRMCA Recognizes Commitment to Environmental Excellence

November 14, 2018 Karli Langner

For 23 years, the National Ready Mix Concrete Association (NRMCA) has recognized bang-up operating practices and tremendous contributions to protecting the environment with their Commitment to Environmental Excellence Awards. The program honors producers that have exceeded governmental environmental commitment through plant and staff investment.

Entries for the competition were reviewed by a panel of judges based on images and written narratives covering site aesthetics, environmental documentation, training, air quality and water management, returned concrete plan, community relations, ready mixed delivery, and plant sustainability practices. The NRMCA Safety, Environmental and Operations Committee-administered program awards members in Eastern, Central, and Western US regions.

Eastern Region:

First Place – Preferred Materials, Inc. – Division Avenue Pant; Orlando, Flordida

Second Place – Aggregate Industries Mid-Atlantic Region – Rockville East Ready Mix Concrete; Rockville, Maryland

Third Place – Chaney Enterprises, LP – Waugh Chapel RMC Plant; Gambrills, Maryland

Central Region:

First Place – Cemstone Products Co. – Cemstone; Minneapolis, Minnesota

Second Place – Pete Liens & Sons, Inc. – Ready Mix Plant West Plant; Rapid City, South Dakota

Third Place – Martin Marietta – Celina Ready Mix Plant; Celina, Texas

Western Region:

First Place – Calportland Co. – Newberg Ready Mix Plant; Newberg, Oregon

Second Place – Central Concrete Supply – San Francisco Plant; San Francisco, California

Third Place – Pete Lien & Sons, Inc. – Steamboat Springs Ready Mix (Plant #5); Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Comeback Kid Award:

Concrete Supply Co., LLC – West Plant; Charlotte, North Carolina

Congratulations to all of the award recipients! Thank you for your commitment to environmental excellence.

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