From Oct. 1-4, Carmeuse’s Luttrell Rangers mine-rescue team from the Luttrell, Tenn. operation participated in and won multiple awards in a mine rescue competition at the Missouri S&N center in Rolla, Mo.
The Luttrell Rangers placed first overall out of 16 teams from around the United States who competed. They also placed first in field, first out of district and fourth in first aid. The overall first-place finish means the team brought the Traveling Trophy to
Carmeuse for the second time since 1982.
Carmeuse will be exhibiting this November 5-8, 2018, at the 79th Conference on Glass Problems in Columbus, Ohio. Carmeuse will provide the glass making industry with lime-based solutions for making container glass, float glass and fiberglass.
On August 25, the Maysville and Black River Carmeuse team of eight people raised $4,048 for this year’s Relay for Life of Lewis-Mason County 2018 fundraiser. The event was held at the Lions Club Fairground in Tollesboro, KY. A total of 18 teams participated, and the Carmeuse team was the Silver winner, finishing in second place in terms of money raised.
The 28th Annual Louisiana Civil Engineering Conference & Show will take place September 26-27 at the Pontchartrain Center in Kenner, Louisiana and Carmeuse Lime & Stone will be well positioned in booth 220 meet attendees.
The Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review Show is an annual event that guides and supports the future of agriculture in North America and attracts up to 140,000 visitors from the United States and Canada.
In an effort to help students in need, on August 23, Carmeuse’s River Rouge location donated 150 water bottles and backpacks for the city to distribute to local school systems.
On Wednesday, August 1, Carmeuse’s Buffington operation in Gary, IN welcomed 30 students and staff members from the John Will Anderson Boys and Girls Club for a luncheon where students were given backpacks and school supplies.
In 2015, Carmeuse launched the Sustainability Award Competition, a worldwide initiative which encourages branches of Carmeuse to complete a sustainability project for a chance to win an award. Each Carmeuse location has the freedom to decide how to best work on a project that promotes sustainability in everyday life.
On July 20, after winning tickets at a nonprofit auction, thanks in part to Carmeuse, a family traveled to Port Inland to see the legendary streamlined freighter, the Wilfred Sykes.