Sustainability

Infographic: Top 10 States for LEED in 2016
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Infographic: Top 10 States for LEED in 2016

USGBC has published its annual list of the Top 10 States for LEED, which... More

Sustainability is Dead, What's Next?
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Sustainability is Dead, What's Next?

While architects debate on a more meaningful way to carry out net-zero design, the... More

Aggregate Industries US Contributes to Sustainable Construction of MGM National Harbor
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Aggregate Industries US Contributes to Sustainable Construction of MGM National Harbor

Concrete produced with blended cement for resort’s foundation package provides... More

What a Waste! These Bricks are made from Industrial Waste
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What a Waste! These Bricks are made from Industrial Waste

StoneCycling recycles the garbage from local factoriesand eliminates the emissions... More

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Brampton Brick Continues Commitment to Sustainability

Brampton Brick will start to manufacture 100% of its concrete masonry units with CarbonCure's carbon dioxide recycling technology. This will allow Brampton Brick to capture CO2 waste, giving Brampton Brick products a lower carbon footprint.   More

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Sustainable Masonry in Las Vegas

Cind-R-Lite Block Co. is taking a leadership role in bringing innovative technologies to the Las Vegas building market by partnering with CarbonCure. As Nevada’s first established masonry manufacturer, Cind-R-Lite is using recycled carbon dioxide as an ingredient to make greener concrete products.  More

Sustainability Standard Tops Natural Stone Council 2014 Accomplishment List
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Sustainability Standard Tops Natural Stone Council 2014 Accomplishment List

The organization has also announced new leadership. More

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Hanley Wood, USGBC Share Greenbuild 2013 Sustainability Successes In New Report

Several sustainability initiatives were part of the 2013 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo and the new report outlines the successes. More

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Concrete is Ideal for Resilient Residential Construction

Hanley Wood research has shown that the vast majority of homes in the U.S. are built in areas that are classified as needing resilient construction. Concrete is the ideal material for that application. More

Benefits of Using Fly Ash in Concrete
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Benefits of Using Fly Ash in Concrete

Watch this episode to learn how fly ash can reduce CO2 emissions and how it works... More

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