At Cemex, environmental stewardship is embedded in everything we do. Our work with the Wildlife Habitat Council and Florida Audubon, along with our sponsorship of Cemex’s local Environmental Education Center, are all reflections of our commitment to environmental protection.

Around here, “sustainability” isn’t a buzz word—it’s mission. Not only do we recover an essential natural resource that makes modern life possible, we do it in a way that leaves thousands of acres clean, green and undeveloped. Without Cemex, the land would likely become the site of commercial and residential development, contributing to traffic and congestion and wiping out much of the local wildlife habitat we’ve set aside.

Pollinators are essential contributors to Hernando County’s Natural Habitat. In the Spring of 2024, we partnered with local Boy Scout Troops (71G and 71B) in Brooksville to replant our pollinator garden. New honeysuckle, milkweed, and lantana were planted, in addition to new mulch.

The Scouts earned their conservation merit badge for helping to recreate pollinator habitat and will continue to monitor the site and collect data on the success of their new plants.