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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Located in the Saint-Augustin-de-Mirabel neighborhood, the quarry produces aggregates for the construction industry : concrete, asphalt and foundation. This Quarry allows us to be well positioned on major projects where the quality of the aggregates is required to be really high.

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We are proud to announce that Demix Agrégats was the Silver Winner for the company 2015 President’s Awards for OH&S Excellence. This achievement is the testimony of our employees’ commitment to safety and their desire to keep their workplace safe.

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We are proud to announce that Demix Béton was the Bronze Winner for the company 2015 President’s Awards for OH&S Excellence. This achievement is the testimony of our employees’ commitment to safety and their desire to keep their workplace safe.

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Quarry blast with trees at Laval
On May 16 at exactly 9:30 p.m., the Demix Agrégats team conducted a 375,000 ton blasting operation in the LV6 sector of the Laval quarry. This was the biggest blast in an urban area in Quebec history, and it was carried out in complete safety.

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The burner of our main plant in Laval, dating back to the 1970s, has been replaced with a new, high-performance model. This change will have a positive environmental impact.

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Concrete pour at Evergreen
Concrete is a construction material that offers sustainable solutions in terms of energy conservation and reduced air pollution. What's more, current methods help minimize the negative impact of concrete production on the environment. All this makes concrete a "green" choice.

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