Saugus, MA, June 9, 2016 – The Environmental League of Massachusetts (ELM) honored Aggregate Industries US’ Northeast Region with The Green Star Award during ELM’s annual Earth Night on Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Aggregate Industries was recognized for its dedication and commitment to creating a healthy environment and a future of clean energy. “The Environmental League of Massachusetts is proud to honor Aggregate Industries with our ELM ‘Green Star’ award for its corporate leadership in support of clean, renewable energy. Aggregate joined with environmental leaders in meeting with Massachusetts state legislators to urge greater support for solar energy,” said George Bachrach, president of the Environmental League of Mass. “Aggregate is working with municipalities such as the City of Haverhill to turn a capped landfill into a new solar field. Aggregate’s corporate leadership is important to the Commonwealth.”
Aggregate Industries is devoted to fostering greater environmental awareness and protection The Company has earned the prestigious ISO 14001 Certification at all of its operating sites in the United States.
“At Aggregate Industries, we see the environment as our responsibility to protect and act as a stewardess to the sustainability of our planet,” said Brad Kohl, Head, Aggregate Industries, Northeast Region. “We’re proud to be a corporate leader embracing renewable energy policies and resources. We’re dedicated to preserving our resources and sustainable development. As a company, we harmonize the need for quality construction materials and protecting the environment we get those resources from.”
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Aggregate Industries US is a leading provider of aggregate and construction materials to markets in 16 states and 300 cities