Geneva Rock Reduces, Reuses, and Recycles

As community builders, we believe it is important to achieve sustainable development. Geneva Rock’s green initiatives include proactively lowering emissions and reducing other environmental impacts related to the company’s ongoing operations. We believe in being socially responsible which is a commitment not only to our employees but to the communities we serve.


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Fleet of Ready-Mix trucks

First in the Industry to Invest in Clean CNG Mixer Trucks

Geneva Rock Products was the first in the industry to invest over $8 million in a new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station and fleet of 25 CNG Ready-Mix Concrete Trucks. The new cleaner-running CNG fleet has significantly lower emissions than its diesel counterparts: 50% less fine particulate matter and 90% less carbon monoxide. Geneva Rock’s investment into clean air and sustainable practices is among the largest air quality investments made by any construction company in the state of Utah. The CNG filling station and fleet are just part of the company’s $30 million clean air initiative to help improve Utah’s air quality.

In addition to this announcement, Geneva Rock donated $25,000 to the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) to support their grants and education programs in 2017.

Geneva Rock Crushing Concrete to use as recycled fill

Recycled Crushed Concrete

Recycled crushed concrete is a cost-effective structural roadbase produced from both ready-mix operations and job sites where old concrete has been removed. This material provides customers the added advantage of putting recycled material to use. Crushed concrete is an eco-friendly “green” building material that keeps concrete rubble out of landfills.

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Mixer Truck delivery of concrete

OneCem® Portland Limestone Cement

One way we’re lowering our carbon footprint is by utilizing OneCem Portland limestone cement. It’s better for our community and better for our environment. OneCem offers the same level of performance as other cement. But, because it’s manufactured with quality limestone, it uses less clinker than the traditional manufacturing process and reduces CO2 emissions.

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