Roanoke mill moves first in ISO 50001 Energy management standard

Sources: Roanoke Cement Co., Virginia; CP staff

Roanoke Cement’s Troutville, Va., plant is the first U.S. operation of its kind to attain certification under ISO 50001 Energy management, a U.S. Department of Energy-sponsored standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization, Geneva. A voluntary program of best practices in continuous energy improvement, ISO 50001 mirrors standards more prevalent in cement and concrete production: 9001 Quality management systems and 14001 Environmental management systems. ISO 50001 provides plant operators a framework of requirements to:

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MANUFACTURERS – SEPTEMBER 2017

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Clearwater, Fla., water and energy technology specialist Kemco Systems has appointed David Lemen as vice president of Sales and Marketing, where he will lead the team’s water reuse and thermal energy recovery sales force. He has spent the last 11 years in the water and wastewater industry with Evoqua, most recently as business development manager for North American service products.

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MANUFACTURERS – DECEMBER 2016

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Roanoke Cement’s Richmond, Va., site has reached a safety milestone with admission into the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program. SHARP recognizes employers who have succeeded with exemplary injury and illness prevention strategies through OSHA’s “On-site Consultation Program.” It helps employers highlight potential hazards at their workplace, improve existing safety programs, and offers the opportunity of a one-year exemption from routine OSHA inspections.

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MANUFACTURERS – DECEMBER 2016

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Roanoke Cement’s Richmond, Va., site has reached a safety milestone with admission into the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program. SHARP recognizes employers who have succeeded with exemplary injury and illness prevention strategies through OSHA’s “On-site Consultation Program.” It helps employers highlight potential hazards at their workplace, improve existing safety programs, and offers the opportunity of a one-year exemption from routine OSHA inspections.

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