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October 07, 2020

Cement Producers Target Carbon Footprint with Portland-Limestone Cement

October 7, 2020, WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Portland Cement Association (PCA), representing America’s Cement Manufacturers, launched a new promotion initiative today emphasizing the sustainable benefits of portland-limestone cement (PLC). PLC, engineered with more limestone, performs comparably to Type I portland cement with up to 10% less greenhouse gas emissions.

Launched today is the microsite, focused on the product, featuring case studies, applications, frequently asked questions and the status of acceptance in the United States and around the world. Additionally, the site gives users access to a PLC calculator where builders, architects and designers can input building size or pavement length to see how much PLC can reduce a project’s overall carbon footprint.

“PLC is another example of the cement industry evolving over the years, continuing to innovate and sustainably producing the high-quality cement that is needed to help keep America’s infrastructure strong and resilient,” said PCA President and CEO Mike Ireland. “This initiative will help educate engineers and other specifiers on how PLC can easily be incorporated into numerous projects.”

Visit https://www.greenercement.com/ to learn more about the sustainable benefits of building with PLCs.

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The Portland Cement Association (PCA), founded in 1916, is the premier policy, research, education, and market intelligence organization serving America’s cement manufacturers. PCA members represent over 90% of U.S. cement production capacity and have facilities in all 50 states. The association promotes safety, sustainability, and innovation in all aspects of construction, fosters continuous improvement in cement manufacturing and distribution, and generally promotes economic growth and sound infrastructure investment. For more information, visit www.cement.org.


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