Carmeuse Employees Help Habitat for Humanity

Employees from the Carmeuse Port Inland operation in Michigan recently gave their time and skills to help out the local branch of Habitat for Humanity in the nearby city of Manistique. The team of four worked on a number of projects, including installing a gate, and reconstructing and hanging a sign that had fallen earlier in the year. 

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Carmeuse Plants Help With River Clean-Up Project

Volunteers from Carmeuse subsidiaries Yager Materials and Yager Marine joined with the environmental organization Living Lands & Waters (LL&W) on May 21 to help clean-up shorelines along the Ohio River. This is the second year that Yager has volunteered in the river clean-up effort. In addition to its volunteers, Yager also supports LL&W with monetary contributions. Overall, the relationship between…

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Carmeuse Plants Help With River Clean-Up Project

Volunteers from Carmeuse subsidiaries Yager Materials and Yager Marine joined with the environmental organization Living Lands & Waters (LL&W) on May 21 to help clean-up shorelines along the Ohio River. This is the second year that Yager has volunteered in the river clean-up effort. In addition to its volunteers, Yager also supports LL&W with monetary contributions.

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Carmeuse Operation Honors Veterans

On Veterans Day, Carmeuse’s River Rouge operation paid tribute to those who have served our country by donating wreaths through the Wreaths Across America organization. The site sponsored wreaths in remembrance of fallen soldiers and also participated in the Give and Get a Wreath Program, gifting wreaths to River Rouge veterans Doug Owens, who served in the U.S. Marine Corps…

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Carmeuse Cultivates Community

Oct. 27, 2020 – Community projects can help aggregates and other nonmetallic minerals operations create a bond with the local community. For example, Carmeuse’s Beachville, Ontario, Canada, operation, in conjunction with the Beachville Museum and Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, showcased a new community project: the “Limestone Valley Trail.” Built on old reclaimed mine property just north of the Thames River,…

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