We are committed to acting ethically and transparently in accordance with applicable environmental laws and regulations and providing a healthy and safe environment for our employees and the communities where we work.
Our North American operations, along with our parent company, Votorantim Cimentos in Brazil, actively participate in international and local forums to foster sustainability in the building materials sector. We seek to increase operational efficiency, innovate and enhance our reputation by improving energy efficiency, adopting the most advanced emissions technologies, safeguarding our employees’ safety and well-being, managing our environmental footprint and promoting the development of the communities where we operate.
Votorantim Cimentos Global Environmental Policy and Green Rules
Our Sustainability Commitments
Votorantim Cimentos and its North American operations share a commitment to promoting and maintaining safe work environments for our employees and the communities where we operate, with an emphasis on safety before productivity and profitability.
We serve as a vital economic engine and active participant in our communities. We are committed to supporting local causes and improving our dialogue with stakeholders while promoting a better quality of life that creates a more transparent, collaborative and conducive operating environment for business.
Ethics and Compliance
We maintain a strong and enduring commitment to operating ethically and in accordance with laws, norms and regulations. We encourage employees to take part in building this culture to ensure that as a business, we maintain high levels of integrity and compliance.
Eco-Efficiency & Innovation
We believe that cement, concrete and aggregates production requires a commitment to improving natural resource allocation, controlling emissions and reducing waste. The company invests in R&D to develop new technologies and improve existing ones to promote eco-efficiency in our processes and products, protect water sources and help preserve biodiversity.