Savannah Cement Terminal Recognized for Commitment to Conservation

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Terminal re-certified through Wildlife Habitat Council

Our Savannah Terminal in Georgia recently re-certified for Wildlife Habitat Council’s conservation certification program. This conservation certification recognizes meaningful wildlife habitat management and conservation education programs from participants and provides third-party credibility and an objective evaluation. In addition, the conservation program helps companies demonstrate a long-term commitment to managing quality habitat for wildlife, conservation education and community outreach initiatives.

At the Savannah Terminal, employees choose to focus their voluntary conservation efforts to providing grass fields and trees. This may sound like a simple approach, but in actuality, these fields and trees are incredibly important to the environment, particularly in locations where it is sparse to begin with. Grass and plants are not just important to the human environment, they form the basis for the sustainability and long-term health of environmental systems.

Congratulations to the employees at our Savannah Terminal for this outstanding accomplishment, and your commitment to the conservation of our environment.