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Nov

CEMEX's Plan to Restore Its Rock Quarries to a More Natural State – Livermore Independent

The excavation of aggregate has been a major source of construction material for the Livermore community since the early 1900s. CEMEX’s Eliot Facility has served an important role in preserving this legacy by providing quality construction materials for local public infrastructure, homes, businesses, as well as regional projects that include the Bay Bridge, the new Transbay Terminal and BART extension.

As CEMEX’s rock quarries continue to serve a role in growing our local economy and job creation, a reclamation plan is being developed to determine how best to transition our quarry operations to a more natural state when the time comes for material excavation activities to wind down.

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