Concrete & Cement Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs)
Heidelberg Materials promotes additional transparency and continues benchmarking to improve the sustainable attributes of cement and concrete. We have been actively involved with industry–wide Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), committees to establish Product Category Rules (PCRs), and task forces for sustainability research, environmental impact, and green product development.
As part of a global company, we have ambitious targets for 2030 and 2050 that we are striving to achieve; therefore, we have invested in product transparency, product innovations and technology research.
Below you will observe several of our brands that are uniting to become Heidelberg Materials in January 2023, we will be transitioning their EPD will begin to reflect the new branding about mid-year.
Heidelberg Materials has published plant product specific EPDs for the majority of our plants using the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) as its program operator. See our cement page to learn more information about products and locations.
Heidelberg Materials has a strong commitment to sustainability and innovation that assists us with concrete mixture optimization for lower carbon. We are increasing our construction materials transparency through publishing of EPDs. Heidelberg Materials has over 150 concrete production plants doing business as twelve different brands in major cities and rural areas across North America. Below you will observe several of our brands that are uniting to become Heidelberg Materials in January 2023, we will be transitioning their EPD will begin to reflect the new branding about mid-year.
Cadman, Inc. (Washington, Oregon)
Campbell Concrete (Houston Metro)
Cindercrete (Saskatoon, Regina)
Hanson Ready Mix (Ontario)
Lehigh Hanson Vancover (Ocean Concrete, Rempel, ABC Concrete, Mayco Mix and OK Ready Mix)