Demix Agrégats, Demix Béton and Demix Construction, divisions of CRH Canada Group Inc., are fully committed to CRH Canada's sustainable development, responsible stewardship of the natural environment and social responsibility initiatives.

This section is dedicated to sharing our initiatives that support that commitment. We encourage you to bookmark this section and visit us regularly to learn about our latest activities.

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CRH Canada employees in Quebec have gotten involved with a certified organic farm for the project “Community supported Agriculture”. They have purchased a series of baskets of organic produce that are delivered weekly to CRH Canada’s regional office in Longueuil. Eating organic is good, but eating local and organic is even better!

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A Demix Béton St-Eustache employee and his companions rode a bike for 48 hours on the Gilles-Villeneuve circuit for the foundation “Fais-Un-Vœu™" (Make A Wish).

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Demix Beton was the proud partner of the finale of the 46th Jeux du Quebec in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. Over 3000 Quebec athletes participated in activities over the two week period for the games’ finale.

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Two Demix Agrégats employees, Nicolas Gagné and Frederick Belec participated in the 3rd edition of the Great Pierre Lavoie Challenge from the 17th to the 19th of June cycling for 60 hours and covering 1000km.

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The river remediation project in Cacouna started in 2008 in partnership with the Demix Beton employees at the Drummondville site and the organization GARAF (Groupe d’Aide à la Recherche et à l’Aménagement de la Faune). The main goal of the project is the reintroduction of trout into its natural environment.

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Each year since 2009, Demix Agrégats organizes a day under the theme: Health and Safety for its hourly employees in order to raise awareness for and prevent accidents. This year, the focus was on the health component.

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