Cement Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) are comprehensive and standardized documents that provide transparent and verified information about the environmental impact of cement products. They are developed in accordance with international standards, such as ISO 14025 and EN 15804, and aim to communicate the environmental performance of cement in a clear and comparable manner.

EPDs

GCC 18279 GCC 18280

This EPD provides comprehensive environmental impact data for a product manufactured in Pueblo, Colorado, meeting the Type IL classification, indicating a fully transparent and detailed assessment conducted using the GCCA Industry EPD Tool for cement and concrete.

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This EPD offers a holistic overview of the environmental footprint associated with a product produced in Rapid City, South Dakota, classified as Type III, presenting information on various environmental impacts throughout the product’s life cycle, analyzed using the GCCA Industry EPD Tool for cement and concrete.

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This EPD combines aspects of Type I/II classification, delivering essential environmental data for a product manufactured in Tijeras, New Mexico, providing both broad environmental performance indicators and specific data points, assessed using the GCCA Industry EPD Tool for cement and concrete.

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This EPD, categorized as Type IP, focuses on specific environmental performance indicators for a product originating from Tijeras, New Mexico, offering precise insights into environmental aspects relevant to the product’s life cycle, evaluated using the GCCA Industry EPD Tool for cement and concrete.

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This EPD, classified as Type IL, offers detailed and transparent environmental impact information for a product manufactured in Rapid City, South Dakota, data obtained through the GCCA Industry EPD Tool for cement and concrete.

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Providing detailed environmental impact assessments, this EPD represents a product originating from Samalayuca, Chihuahua, classified as Type IL, ensuring transparency and completeness in the disclosure of environmental data, utilizing the GCCA Industry EPD Tool for cement and concrete.

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