The team from one of Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Canadian plants, along with other partners in the community, donated the materials and labor for an outdoor classroom at St. Michael’s Catholic School.
This December 11-14, 2017, Carmeuse will exhibit at the 48th Annual STGEC in Savannah, Georgia to provide the transportation industry and geotechnical professionals in the Southeast region with lime based solutions for transforming problematic soils in place as an alternative to remove-and-replace practices.
This November 6-9, 2017, Carmeuse will exhibit at the 78th Conference on Glass Problems in Columbus, Ohio to provide the glass making industry with lime based solutions for making container glass, float glass and fiberglass.
On Aug 8, 2017, employees from Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Buffington plant donated and delivered backpacks and supplies for 30 children at the Boys & Girls Club in Gary, Ind.
Last month, seven Carmeuse Lime & Stone Cedarville and Port Inland employees spent two days volunteering at Bay Cliff Health Camp, a nonprofit therapy and wellness center in Big Bay, Michigan, for children and adults with physical disabilities.
Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Longview operation donated mulch and shrubbery to Central Park Elementary School in Birmingham, Ala., to help beautify its grounds in anticipation of the children returning to school this month.
Carmeuse Lime & Stone’s Port Inland operation recently donated the funds to purchase the youth bike helmets given away at Schoolcraft County’s first Bike Helmet Rodeo.
Carmeuse Lime & Stone will exhibit at the APC & Wastewater/PCUG Conference, July 17-18, in Charlotte, North Carolina. The annual conference is managed by Reinhold Environmental, LTD and is hosted by Duke Energy this year.
Waste-to-energy facility came online in April