Welcome to Carolinas Cement press room. Please click on links below to review news, press releases and updates on the Carolinas Cement project. Our goal is to assist you in gathering information in an easy and timely manner. We welcome your questions, comments and suggestions. Please contact Kate McClain at email@example.com.
WECT's Ashlea Kosikowski conducts an investigative report on the community surrounding Roanoke Cement Company, the plant itself and RCC's opposition.
See the results here.
Concrete may be an important factor in absorbing carbon dioxide. Listen to this report from NPR’s “Talk of the Nation”. link to audio clip.
Carolinas Cement will comply with new EPA mercury regulations.
Chairman of Coalition for Economic Advancement endorses Carolinas Cement plant. Read the letter.
Virginia Governor honors Roanoke Cement Company. Read about it here.
Intertox, a scientific consulting and research firm, conducted an independent risk assessment of the potential mercury emissions of the proposed plant. See the results of the study here.
WECT’s Gary McNair speaks up for Titan again. Please see his commentary.
Star News reporter Chris Mazzolini reports that
Titan asks to be subjected to tougher air quality standards. Read the letter to DENR.
Wilmington residents are growing weary of activists' propaganda. Review these blogs: Environmental Gotcha and Hazy, But Clear
Bob Odom responds to Star News editorial. Click
to understand why this important issue must be made perfectly clear.
WWAY TV 3 reporter Joe Mauceri toured the Roanoke Cement plant, along with other Wilmington and Castle Hayne residents. He found it
to be a beautiful day in the neighborhood. - here's the link.
Reporter Joe Keiley conducted some independent research by visiting Roanoke Cement and taking the time to visit with some of the plant's
neighbors. You might enjoy viewing this report and footage of the interviews.
According to WECT's Vice President, General Manager, Gary McNair, "...there are people out there who will oppose just about anything
- just for the sake of opposing it. And I think that might be what's happening with Titan Cement." check it out.
Carolinas Cement recently held three successful informational workshops for the community of greater New Hanover County. Lumnia News'
Jules Norwood reports on one of them.
With a project as complex as building a cement plant, it's very important to get the facts straight. We cleared up a few misunderstandings
with this letter to the editor. Read the StarNews Online article by following this link.
Roanoke Cement commended for environmental outreach and safety
Antitrust charges dropped against Titan America subsidiary
Carolinas Cement project receives air permit
Titan America distribution terminal receives ENERGYSTAR Challenge Award from EPA
Titan America driver receives NRMCA Runner-up Award
Two Roanoke Cement terminals recognized by NC Department of Labor
TVRM's plants first to be awarded Sustainable Concrete Certification
Titan America’s Castle Hayne Terminal Recognized for Safety Record.
Roanoke Cement Company Awarded for Safety and Air Quality Records
Commonwealth of Virginia Commends Titan America
Titan Group Number One in Corporate Accountability Ratings
Titan Cement Recognized As Top Company For Leaders
N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources Issues Draft Air Quality Permit to Carolinas Cement Company
Go Fish! Roanoke Cement Company Angles for Enhanced Local Streams
Titan America Cements Partnership With EPA Energy Star Program
Carolinas Cement and Roanoke Cement ship 100 care packages to NC and Va. troops abroad
Carolinas Cement's new quarry plan will preserve more than 310 acres of site's highest quality wetlands
Carolinas Cement's Oct. 27 community workshop highlights corporate citizenship initiatives
Carolinas Cement's Oct. 7 community workshop highlights sustainability and prevalence of concrete
Leading toxicologist to discuss mercury issues at Carolinas Cement community information workshops
Experts to answer public's questions at first Carolinas Cement workshop on Sep. 16
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