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Pca Backs Study Detailing Epa-Proposed RulesÌ Devastating Effects On Cement Makers, Users

PCA applauded a recently released Maguire Energy Institute study, which projects bruising capacity and employment fallout among the consequences of a proposed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cement industry rule

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Cranesville's Osha Troubles Continue With Block Plant's $45,000 Fine

On the heels of a late-2009 fine for its aggregate division’s Scotia, N.Y. bagging plant that may amount to more than $500,000, Cranesville Block Co. is once again on the receiving end of proposed OSHA penalties, totaling $45,500, for alleged “repeat and serious violations of safety and health standards” at its Kingston, N.Y., operation

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Technology Disables Cell Phone Functions In Mobile Trucks

Following U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood’s ban on text messaging while driving, mobile software developer United Efficiency has announced tXtBlocker, equipped to disable texting and other communications functions upon determining the presence of a cell phone in a moving vehicle

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