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Ammann unveils host of new sustainable options
The initiative includes three new advanced technologies: the H2 burner, VOC Reduction Device (VRD) and Blue Smoke Treatment (BST)
Operational clean hydrogen production projects to ‘double globally’
Number of global zero and low-carbon hydrogen production projects has grown significantly
How sustainable are alternative fuels in construction?
Are alternative fuels really better for the environment?
Aggreko launches Tier 4 Final generators in Canada
100kW to 500kW ranges make debut
Contractors: ‘new deal’ needed for global energy transition
EIC says contractors and suppliers must be rewarded for providing infrastructure need for energy transition
New President of GCCA: decarbonisation is number one issue
Gonzalez is calling for the industry and governments around the world to establish a “robust regulatory framework”
‘World’s first’ climate resilient, carbon negative home
Cement-free concrete home reported to absorb CO₂ ‘like a tree’
Plastic at heart of Irish road project
Dura delivers 2km of kerb and drainage made from 70% recycled materials
Third aid convoy on way to Ukraine
Seven vans from Plant and Hire Aid Alliance on way to Slovakia
Caterpillar’s new chief sustainability officer
New Chief Sustainability and Strategy Officer from the start of 2024 for world’s largest OEM 
Consortium awarded €600m waste-to-energy project in Malta
French-Maltese JV to build and operate facility set to process 192,000 tonnes of waste annually
Electric lifting first for Mammoet
Dual power electric and diesel Liebherr mobile crane joins Mammoet fleet in the Netherlands
Bentley Systems CEO: 2023 “groundbreaking” year for infrastructure intelligence
CEO says that companies using advanced digital tools see an average time saving of 18%
Poland’s Orlen green lights €4.7 billion renewables project
Energy company to work with Canada’s Northland Power on country’s first wind farm
Rental Briefing: daily newsletter for rental sector being launched by KHL
Newsletter will provide analysis, comment and insight into the global industry
Building better: The infrastructure resilience overhaul
Jan Przydatek of Lloyd’s Register Foundation explains how we must embed resilience into our built environment
World’s largest medical complex built with low-carbon concrete
Cemex delivers 15,000 cubic meters of Vertua concrete for Houston’s Centennial Tower
United Rentals named one of world’s best companies
Company’s places high for growth rate and sustainability
‘Green’ light for world’s first energy island
Construction work to start in March 2024, as environmental permit granted
‘World’s first’ low-carbon roadworks project using 100% electric equipment
100% electric sprayer, paver and roller were used on project in France 
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