EPD Program

Concrete product EPDs verified under NRMCA’s EPD

Introduction: Environmental Product Declarations

NRMCA Certified EPD

An Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is a communication document that quantifies environmental impact data from manufacturing a product. It is a summarized report extracted from an in-depth Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) that complies with the ISO 14040 series. Although environmental disclosure can found in a variety of reports, they are most often cited as an Industry-Average EPD, or preferably, a Product-Specific EPD.
EPDs are being specified in green building standards and codes (LEED, IGCC) v4, advocacy initiatives (Architecture 2030 Challenge for Products) and even referenced in State and Local legislation. These types of market-based and regulatory initiatives are driving an increase of EPDs in many industries and product categories.

Note: In LEED a “product” is defined by the distinct function it serves. That means concrete has the advantage of contributing significantly because of concrete’s wide range of applications or functions. For example, footings, foundations walls, shear walls, bearing walls, columns, beams, slabs, sidewalks and parking areas, each with a unique mix design, would all be considered different products.

Click here to download a guide for specifying concrete for LEED v4 projects.

Published Third party verified plant specific EPDs (worth full value in LEED v4)*:

EPD Number Declaration Owner/
EPD Program Operator
Declared Product
NRMCAEPD: 10001Central Concrete/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 1,479 concrete products for 7 service areas at 8 concrete plants owned and operated by Central Concrete, a U.S. Concrete Company in the San Francisco Bay Area.
NRMCAEPD: 10002Ceratech/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers ekkomaxx™ cement concrete for one industry-average mix produced in the U.S.
NRMCAEPD: 10003Cemex/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 12 concrete products produced by CEMEX at their Pier 92 plant in San Francisco, CA.
NRMCAEPD: 10004 Argos Ready Mix South Central/NRMCA This Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 19 concrete mixes produced for 18 different concrete plants owned and operated by Argos Ready Mix South Central in the major metropolitan market of Dallas – Ft. Worth.
NRMCAEPD: 10005
Cementos Argos Panama/
NRMCA
This Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 2 concrete mixes produced at the Miraflores concrete plant owned and operated by Cementos Argos Panama in Panama.
NRMCAEPD: 10006 Graniterock/NRMCAThis EPD covers 190 ready mixed concrete products from five concrete production facilities in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay market areas.
NRMCAEPD: 10007GCC/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 30 concrete mixes produced by 1 concrete plant owned and operated by GCC in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
NRMCAEPD: 10008Capitol Aggregates/NRMCAThis is a business-to-business Type III environmental product declaration for five cement products manufactured by Capitol Aggregates Inc. in San Antonio, Texas.
NRMCAEPD: 10009CalPortland Company/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers approx. 30 concrete mixes produced at 3 concrete plant owned and operated by CalPortland in Washington; Dupont, Duwamish, and Tumwater.
NRMCAEPD: 10010Martin Marietta/NRMCAThese Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) utilize an enterprise software tool that generates EPDs that cover 50 concrete mixes produced at 6 plants owned and operated by Martin Marietta in Colorado: Rock Creek; Quivas; Chambers; Fenton; Del Camino; and Valmont.
NRMCAEPD: 10011CalPortland/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) reports information for various hydraulic cements including Type IL, Riverside Type I/II/V, Riverside Type III and Riverside Plastic produced by CalPortland at their plant located in Oro Grande, CA.
NRMCAEPD: 10012CEMEX – Mexico/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 30 concrete products produced at the Armas plant owned and operated by CEMEX-Mexico.
NRMCAEPD: 10013CEMEX – Mexico/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 30 concrete products produced at the Central plant owned and operated by CEMEX-Mexico.
NRMCAEPD: 10014CEMEX – Panama/NRMCAThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 8 concrete products produced at the Juan Diaz plant owned and operated by CEMEX-Panama.
NRMCAEPD: 10015Concrete Supply Co./NRMCAThese Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) utilize an enterprise software tool that generates EPDs that cover a total of 209 concrete mixes produced from 8t 6 plants owned and operated by Concrete Supply Co. in North and South Carolina: Arrowood; Concord; Hwy 101; Kings Mountain; Morrisville; North; Richard Street and South.
NRMCAEPD: 10016Golden Readymix LLCThis Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) covers 9 concrete products produced at its Dubai, UAE plant.
NRMCAEPD: 10017Dubai Ready-Mixed ConcreteThis industry-wide or sector average EPD describes the environmental characteristics of 13 ready mixed concrete products from 8 plants.
NRMCAEPD: 10018CalPortland Company/NRMCAThis EPD reports the impacts for 30 different ready-mixed concrete products produced at 12 different CalPortland facilities.
NRMCAEPD: 10019CalPortland Company/NRMCAThis EPD reports the impacts for 50 different ready-mixed concrete products produced at 3 different CalPortland facilities in the Portland, OR area.
NRMCAEPD: 10020GraniterockThis is a business-to-business Type III environmental product declaration that covers an average range of aggregate products from the A.R. Wilson Quarry (Aromas, CA) and Southside Sand and Gravel (Hollister, CA) facilities.
NRMCAEPD: 10021Maschmeyer Concrete Company of Florida Inc.This is a business-to-business Type III EPD that reports the impacts for 30 different ready-mixed concrete products produced at three different facilities in the Orlando, FL market area.
NRMCAEPD: 10022CalPortland CompanyThis EPD reports environmental information for Type I/II/V cement produced by CalPortland Company at their Mojave, CA facility.
NRMCAEPD: 10023Knife RiverThis is a business-to-business Type III environmental product declaration that reports the impacts for 479 ready-mixed concrete products produced at four facilities in the Portland, OR market area.
NRMCAEPD: 10024Austrian Arabian Ready MixEPD for 15 concrete mixes produced at Austrian Arabian Ready Mix Jebel Ali Batching Facilities located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
NRMCAEPD: 10025Ready Mix USA, a CEMEX CompanyEnvironmental Product Declaration (EPD) that utilizes an enterprise software tool that generates EPDs for the Harvest, AL plant owned and operated by Ready Mix USA.
NRMCAEPD: 20026 Hardcopy Report Electronic DirectoryCalPortland CompanyEnvironmental Product Declaration (EPD) that utilizes a software tool that generates EPDs for nine plants in Washington State.
NRMCAEPD: 20027Martin Marietta/NRMCAThese Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) utilize an enterprise software tool that generates EPDs that cover 50 concrete mixes produced at 6 plants owned and operated by Martin Marietta in Colorado: Rock Creek; Quivas; Chambers; Fenton; Del Camino; and Valmont.
NRMCAEPD: 20028Riverbend MaterialsEnvironmental Product Declaration (EPD) that utilizes an enterprise software tool that generates EPDs at four plants in the Willamette Valley, OR area owned and operated by RiverBend Materials, A CRH Company.
NRMCAEPD: 20029BURNCO Colorado Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) that utilizes an enterprise software tool that generates EPDs at three plants in the Denver-metro area owned and operated by Burnco.
NRMCAEPD: 20030Duke City Redi-MixThis EPD reports the impacts for 30 different ready-mixed concrete products produce at Duke City Redi-Mix’s Albuquerque and Los Lunas, NM plants.
NRMCAEPD: 20031
Hardcopy Report
Electronic Directory
CalPortland CompanyEnvironmental Product Declaration (EPD) that utilizes a software tool that generates EPDs for nine plants in the Oregon and SW Washington division.
NRMCAEPD: 20032Ozinga Ready Mix ConcreteThis EPD reports the impacts for concrete mixes produce at three Illinois plants and one Florida plant.
NRMCAEPD: 20033Lehigh CementThis EPD reports the impacts for three cement mixes produce at the Bellingham Cement Grinding Plant and Terminal in Bellingham, WA.
NRMCAEPD: 20034Lehigh CementThis EPD reports the impacts for three cement mixes produce at the Delta Cement Plant and Terminal in Delta, BC.
NRMCAEPD: 20035
Electronic EPD Directory
CalPortland CompanyThis EPD reports the impacts for various mixes from eight ready mixed concrete plants in California.
NRMCAEPD: 20036Lehigh CementThis EPD reports the impacts for five cement mixes produced at the Cement Plant and Terminal in Edmonton, AB.

Concrete Industry EPDs under other EPD Programs

Declaration Owner/EPD Program Operator Linked to EPDsDeclared Product
Titan Concrete/
NSF International
These Environmental Product Declarations cover 10 concrete products produced by Titan Concrete in Dearfield Beach, FL, a business Titan America.
Argos Ready Mix/
NSF International
These Environmental Product Declarations cover 3 concrete products produced by Argos Ready Mix South Central for the Dallas – Ft. Worth market.
Redi-Mix Concrete/
NSF International
These Environmental Product Declarations cover multiple products for concrete developed and produced at multiple plant locations by Redi-Mix Concrete LLC, a U.S. Concrete Company, in the Dallas / Ft. Worth, North Texas market.
Cadman Inc./
NSF International
These Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) are for post-tension mix designs for commercial and high rise residential applications developed and produced by Cadman Inc for the Seattle, Washington market.
National Ready Mixed Concrete Association/
NSF International
This industry-wide or sector average environmental product declaration is in accordance with ISO 14025 and describes the environmental characteristics of 72 ready mixed concrete products. It is a certified declaration and all relevant environmental information is disclosed as per the governing product category rules. A list of plants that are eligible to claim participation in the NRMCA Industry Wide EPD for concrete can be found here.
Slag Cement Association/
ASTM
This is an industry average business-to-business Type III environmental product declaration for slag cement as manufactured by the Slag Cement Association member companies in the USA and Canada.
Cement Association of Canada/CSA Group This is an industry average business-to-business Type III environmental product declaration for General Use (GU) and Portland-Limestone (GUL) cement as manufactured by the Cement Association of Canada (CAC) member companies in Canada.
Portland Cements/ASTM This document is a Type III industry-average Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) describing portland cement produced manufactured by 21 member companies in the United States (US).
Stoneway Concrete/IERE Earthsure These Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) utilize an enterprise software tool that generated EPDs that cover 19 concrete mixes produced at the Houser plant in Renton, WA, and 28 concrete mixes produced at the Seattle, WA plant.
Central Concrete Supply Company/IERE Earthsure These Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) utilize an enterprise software tool that generated EPDs for a total of 5,300 mixes from 9 plants in the Northern California market.
Canadian Ready Mixed Concrete Association/NSF International This industry-wide or sector average environmental product declaration covers 125 ready mixed concrete mixes produced by CRMCA members.

* Note: NRMCA does its best to ensure this list is current but in the case for EPDs verified in other EPD programs NRMCA may not have been notified and therefore cannot be responsible for missing information.

NRMCA Industry-Wide (Average) EPD and Regional Benchmarks Report:

Industry-Wide (Average) EPD. NRMCA sponsored a project to help NRMCA members producers meet the requirements of market drivers, i.e., LEED v4 by providing concrete producers with an industry-wide EPD (IW-EPD). A cradle to gate Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for ready mixed concrete was conducted and an IW- EPD was published. The LCA and EPD encompasses concrete for a variety of applications, strength and durability classes and slumps (or slump flows), so that a producer can use the disclosure report during the submittal process for a project requiring an EPD. The IW-EPD represents concrete typically used on a variety of projects including residential, commercial and public construction in different climate zones and in different markets.
Note: A concrete producer must have participated in providing operations data and be publicly listed as a contributor.

See below for the LCA and IW-EPD reports, a list of participating companies and plants, and additional resources to assist concrete producers.

  • Click here to download the NRMCA Industry-Wide EPD
  • Click here to download the LCA Report used to develop the NRMCA Industry Wide EPD and Benchmark (Industry Average) Report
  • Click here to search the list of NRMCA companies and plants that participated in the Industry-Wide EPD
  • For LEED submittal letter template PDF click here | Word doc click here

Regional Benchmarks Report

Using data collected in developing the LCA and IW-EPD for concrete, a set of regional benchmarks for key environmental impacts were developed. The Benchmarks Report represents the environmental impacts of products with varying strengths for different applications and exposure conditions at the national level and eight NRMCA regions. The Benchmarks Report has two primary purposes:

  1. Concrete producers can use these benchmarks to compare their environmental impacts and aspire to lower their impacts, i.e., LEED Optimization.
  2. Where legislation is being drafted, the Benchmark Report is the go-to reference for regional impacts.

Click here to download the benchmark (industry average) report.

View a webinar recording on how to use the Industry-Wide EPD and Benchmark Report
  • Click here to download a PDF of the presentation on how to use the Industry-Wide EPD and Benchmark Report

Free Webinar: Environmental Product Declarations

EPDs are third party verified (certified) reports published by EPD Program Operators that provide quality assured information regarding environmental performance of their products. Review the recorded 1-1/2 hour webinar that offers a brief overview of EPDs, the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) that supports them and the Product Category Rules (PCRs) that sets the ground rules for them. In addition, the webinar will discuss NRMCA’s EPD Program.

Watch a Recorded Webinar on EPDs

Recording of a Webinar describing the PCR and EPDs
  • Click here to download Part 1 of the Webinar presentation (pdf).
  • Click here to download Part 2 of the Webinar presentation (pdf).

Example Whole Building LCA Using NRMCA Benchmarks and IW EPD Mixes

Many projects have the objective of quantifying and demonstrating a reduction in the environmental footprint on a project, including the carbon footprint of concrete. The difficulty is to identify the best way to specify concrete to help meet this objective without compromising the performance objectives of the project. In the past design professionals have tried to artificially reduce the impact of concrete by specifying maximum cement content or minimum quantities of supplementary cementitious materials such as fly ash and slag. This usually results in concrete mixes that are more costly and might not meet the performance objectives. In addition, there is no way to quantify reductions in environmental impact.
Click here for an example on how to use Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to compare the carbon footprint of the proposed building using mix designs that have relatively high volumes of slag cement and fly ash to a reference building using mix designs based on industry averages.

NRMCA EPD Program Details

NRMCA is an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) Program Operator in order to help concrete producers and concrete product suppliers meet new requirements in green building rating systems such as LEED and other standards and initiatives such as the International Green Construction Code (IgCC) and the Architecture 2030 Challenge for Products. EPDs are third party verified (certified) reports published by product manufacturers that provide quality assured and comparable information regarding environmental performance of their product.

EPDs are developed in accordance with strict international standards that include a transparent verification process for adopting Product Category Rules (PCR) by which EPDs are developed and verified (certified). To produce an EPD, a company must perform a comprehensive Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) on a product and report the results in the EPD. The PCR defines, among other things, the declared unit (product to be analyzed), scope and boundaries of the LCA and the environmental impacts to be reported in the EPD. Before the EPD can be published, it must be third party reviewed and verified (certified).

Program Objectives:

The objective of the NRMCA EPD Program is to facilitate the development, verification certification and publishing of certified EPDs for ready mixed concrete and concrete ingredients. To maintain third party objectivity, NRMCA will ensure that an independent verifier reviews and verifies each EPD developed under the program. Verifiers may be an individual or verification body with knowledge of the concrete products industry and related environmental aspects, with process and product knowledge of the product category, and have expertise in LCA methodology. NRMCA will strive to keep up-to-date on the general rules of other related EPD Programs and PCR development. The goal is to make EPDs verified (certified) by NRMCA as consistent as possible with those in other EPD Programs in order to support the use of that information in LEED, IgCC, Architecture 2030 Challenge for Products and other green building and environmental programs.

Program Instructions:

NRMCA has developed EPD Program Operator Instructions by which it conducts the NRMCA EPD Program. These rules lay out how NRMCA will adopt and develop PCRs, conduct LCAs, and develop and verify (certify) EPDs. These rules were developed by NRMCA EPD Program Committee and meet the requirements of international standards for developing EPDs. Click here to view the NRMCA EPD Program Operator Instructions.

NRMCA manages the process of from beginning to end, helping manufacturers identify consultants and tools to perform the prerequisite LCA in order to develop a draft EPD. Once the draft EPD is developed, NRMCA verifies that the LCA and EPD were conducted in accordance with the selected PCR and if so, certifies the EPD.

How do I get an NRMCA Verified (Certified) EPD for my Product?

Under the NRMCA EPD Program, companies (concrete producers and concrete product suppliers) go through the following steps to receive an NRMCA Certified EPD:

  1. Select a PCR. The PCR will be the basis for which an LCA Report and draft EPD are developed. NRMCA maintains a list of PCRs it recommends for specific product categories (see below).
  2. Conduct an LCA on the product based on the selected PCR and produce an LCA Report. A company can do this with in-house staff if it has the expertise or it can engage an independent consultant do this. NRMCA maintains a list of independent consultants that have the capabilities of conducting LCAs and producing LCA Reports. Consultants conducting LCAs and producing LCA Reports contract directly with companies seeking LCAs and do not contract with NRMCA. See below for list of LCA consultants.
  3. An LCA must be critically reviewed by an independent reviewer. NRMCA can assign one of its independent reviewers to conduct the Critical Review of the LCA.
  4. Develop a draft EPD from the LCA Report. A company can do this with its own in-house staff if it has the expertise or it can engage an independent consultant do this. NRMCA maintains a list of independent consultants that have the capabilities of developing draft EPDs from LCA Reports. Consultants developing draft EPDs contract directly with companies seeking LCAs and do not contract with NRMCA. See below for a list of LCA consultants.
  5. Submit the LCA Report and draft EPD to NRMCA for verification (certification). NRMCA conducts a preliminary review of the LCA Report and draft EPD for compliance with its EPD Program. If they meet NRMCA requirements, the LCA Report and draft EPD are sent to an Independent Verifier for review.
  6. An NRMCA Independent Verifier reviews the LCA Report and draft EPD. If the Independent Verifier determines that the LCA Report and draft EPD meet all the requirements of the applicable international standards, the PCR and the NRMCA EPD Program Operator Rules, the Consultant signs the draft EPD and NRMCA will issue the EPD with the NRMCA Certified EPD logo and publish the EPD on its website.
  7. Companies can use the NRMCA Certified EPD for project submittals and product marketing.

What does it cost for an EPD?

It is relatively expensive and time consuming to develop an EPD. There are basically two steps to the process that will cost money: 1) Conduct an LCA, produce an LCA Report and a draft EPD, and 2) Have the LCA Report critically reviewed and the EPD verified (certified). Most companies don’t have the expertise in-house to conduct an LCA and produce a draft EPD so they will have to hire a consultant. There are many consultants who have the necessary expertise, but NRMCA recommends the LCA consultants listed below since they are also qualified verifiers in the NRMCA EPD Program and have a detailed knowledge of the NRMCA EPD Program Rules. You will contract directly with the consultant to conduct the LCA and produce an LCA Report and draft EPD.
The second step is to submit the LCA Report and draft EPD to have the EPD verified (certified) by NRMCA. There are 3 different levels of verification fees. Most companies will select Level 1 since they will need to have the LCA Report critically reviewed and their draft EPD verified. However, you can select Level 2 or 3 if you already have a critically reviewed LCA from NRMCA and have used the LCA to verify an EPD under the NRMCA program.

Levels of Verification (Certification):

Depending on the documentation submitted by the company seeking EPD verification (certification) from NRMCA, there will be different levels of Verification Services (and associated fees) required.
Level 1: Conduct a Critical Review of an LCA Report and Independent Verification of a draft EPD based on the LCA Report to determine if they meet the requirements of the PCR, ISO 14040, ISO 14025 and NRMCA EPD Program Operator Rules. If all the requirements are met, NRMCA issues a Certified EPD.
Level 2: Conduct an Independent Verification of a draft EPD developed from a critically reviewed LCA Report that has been used as support for previously NRMCA verified (certified) EPD(s) from the same company and is similar to previously NRMCA verified (certified) EPD(s) to determine if it meets all the requirements of the PCR, ISO 14025 and NRMCA EPD Program Operator Rules. If all requirements are met, NRMCA certifies the EPD.
Level 3: Annual subscription of EPD verifications for supplemental EPDs developed from a critically reviewed LCA Report that has been used as support for previously NRMCA verified (certified) EPD(s) from the same company and plant(s) per Level 1 verification above.

Verification (Certification) Fees:

NRMCA Member:

  • Level 1 Verification: $3,500 U.S.* or other NRMCA additional fee.
  • Level 2 Verification: $1,250 U.S.* or other NRMCA additional fee.
  • Level 3 Verification: $1,250 U.S.* or other NRMCA additional fee.

Non-member:

  • Level 1 Verification: $5,000 U.S.* or other NRMCA additional fee.
  • Level 2 Verification: $2,000 U.S.* or other NRMCA additional fee.
  • Level 3 Verification: $2,000 U.S.* or other NRMCA additional fee.

*This fee covers an EPD for up to 3 plants with up to 30 mix designs per plant. For more plants and mix designs, contact James Bogdan of NRMCA, for fee schedule/negotiated fee.

Submit an EPD for Verification (Certification)

Click here to download the Verification (Certification) Submittal Form and follow the instructions on the form for submitting payment and documentation.

NRMCA EPD Program Verifiers (LCA Consultants)

The following is a list of NRMCA EPD Program Verifiers. When you submit your LCA Report and draft EPD for verification (certification), NRMCA randomly selects one of these LCA experts to verify your EPD. NRMCA also encourages its members to select one of these experts to conduct an LCA and produce and LCA Report and draft EPD.**

CompanyContact/E-mail Phone
Athena InstituteJamie Meil613-729-9996 Ext. 224
Climate EarthChris Erickson415-391-2725
NSF InternationalAmber Dzikowicz734-769-8010
Sustainable Solutions CorporationTad Radzinski610-569-1047

** You will contract directly with the LCA experts to conduct an LCA and produce an LCA Report and draft EPD.

EPD Calculators and Services

Innovative software to efficiently Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) is offered by several long-time partners and verifiers in the NRMCA EPD program. Each software tool is designed to calculate the environmental impacts of concrete mixes that can be used to generate EPDs efficiently and cost effectively. Both tools can help concrete producers meet the EPD credits within LEEDv4.

Athena Sustainable Materials Institute

Athena works with concrete producers to customize their EPD calculator for ready mixed concrete with plant specific energy use and supply chain data. Once that’s done, a producer can simply enter concrete mix details and the calculator generates environmental impacts. Following this approach will allow producers to generate custom EPDs easily and inexpensively. Additionally, producers can compare the environmental impacts of mix designs to industry average and NRMCA benchmarks.

Watch a recorded webinar for an informative 20-minute session that discusses the Athena EPD software tool.

Click here for a PDF of the presentation.

Climate Earth

Climate Earth offers an automated EPD solution called EPD Enterprise that allows users to generate a fully verified product specific EPD instantly for any mix. Users simply login with their web browser, enter a mix design, and the system generates a fully verified and company branded EPD in PDF form that is ready for bid submittal. In addition, in partnership with Command Alkon, Climate Earth offers a version of EPD Enterprise where CommandQC users can generate a verified EPD for any mix directly from the CommandQC console.

  • Click here to learn more about Climate Earth EPD solutions.
  • Click here for a PDF about Climate Earth’s system EPD software tool and contribution to LEED v4 Environmental Product Declarations credit.

CSI EPD Tool for Cement and Concrete

A tool enabling individual cement manufacturers and concrete producers to generate an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is available through the World Business Council for Sustainable Development’s Cement Sustainability Initiative (WBCSD CSI). The CSI’s EPD Tool is developed to facilitate the generation of sector-specific EPDs for cement, clinker and concrete. The cloud-based tool was designed to be easy-to-use, to facilitate the process overall, and to reduce the costs of preparing cement and concrete EPDs. The EPD Tool was independently verified by the Athena Sustainable Materials Institute. For more information or access to the tool, please contact David Shepherd, PCA Director – Sustainable Development.

A webinar describing the tool’s features and process:

Product Category Rules

The following is a list of PCRs adopted by NRMCA for concrete and concrete ingredients:

ProductEPD Program where PCR is registered***/Download
ConcreteNSF International
CementASTM
Cement The International EPD System
Slag CementASTM
Expanded Shale, Clay, and Slate Lightweight AggregateASTM
Construction Aggregates: Natural Aggregate, Crushed Concrete, and Iron/Steel Furnace SlagASTM

***PCRs can be registered by any EPD Program. Any EPD Program can adopt a PCR developed by another EPD Program.

For questions contact James Bogdan at NRMCA, 412-420-4138.

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