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Concrete Insights #5: EPDs & Sustainability in Built Environments

As the construction and building industry continues to shift towards sustainability to combat the impacts of climate change, it is critical to establish a reliable and transparent means to support decision making, as well as to evaluate and validate sustainable outcomes. Join building and sustainability experts from across the industry to discuss the role of environmental product declarations in building materials, and learn more about how ECOPact sustainable concrete offers one of the greatest opportunities to reduce the embodied carbon footprint of our built environment.

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Lafarge tracks clean energy initiatives and success at Dawson Road location

October 15, 2021 - Winnipeg, MB: Lafarge Canada continues to demonstrate their commitment to keeping sustainability at the forefront of all its operations. Working with Efficiency Manitoba, Lafarge Canada’s Dawson Road location installed energy-efficient machinery and LED lights at the facility - saving nearly half a million kWh of electricity over five years.

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Lafarge Canada & Habitat for Humanity partner to provide safe and sustainable housing

Lafarge's role as a builder of progress is dedicated to empowering communities with local, affordable housing and infrastructure solutions and support essential human rights, such as education, health and making a living. Learn more about howHabitat for Humanity Kingston Limestone Region and Lafarge Canada collaborated on a project to combine sustainable solutions with much needed homes that will help local families live in safe, stable housing. 

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Lafarge Issues More EPDs in Western Canada, Proving Performance and Sustainability

AUGUST 12, 2021 - CALGARY, AB: With more environmental product declarations (EPDs) released for concrete available in Alberta and Manitoba, Lafarge’s ongoing commitment to sustainability remains in the forefront. The EPDs provide third-party verified data critical to surging sustainable construction across Western Canada.

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Comme pour tous les bétons, il est essentiel d’utiliser un mélange bien dosé fabriqué et durci conformément aux normes ACI et CSA pour assurer une meilleure résistance aux cycles de gel-dégel et à l'écaillage par le sel.

Les ciments composés Lafarge contribuent grandement à la construction durable. L’utilisation de ces ciments dans la fabrication du béton permet de réduire la consommation d’énergie en plus d’améliorer l’efficacité et les performances des bâtiments. Les ciments composés peuvent aider à l’obtention de points LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).

Les affirmations concernant les produits reposent sur une utilisation appropriée conforme aux normes de l’industrie reconnues. Veuillez communiquer avec votre représentant Lafarge pour des renseignements concernant les produits, la disponibilité et les commandes.