Entries for NRMCA 2020 Kids’ Art Contest are now Welcome – Dec. 31st Deadline
Entries for NRMCA 2020 Kids’ Art Contest Are Now Welcome  Print this Article | Send to Colleague NRMCA is now accepting entries for its 2020 Kids’ Art Contest, sponsored by the Truck Mixer Manufacturers Bureau. The theme for this year’s contest is “Safety.” The contest is open to children up to Grade 12 who have a relationship...
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NCDOT Memo Requiring 3rd Party Certification
Please note that the Materials and Tests Unit for NCDOT has established a policy that all Ready Mixed Concrete plants are required to have a third-party certification in order to be on the NCDOT Approved List and supply concrete to NCDOT projects.  To improve effectiveness and accessibility, the process for submitting third-party documentation has been...
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New Hours of Service Proposal Favors RMC Industry
New Hours of Service Proposal Favors RMC Industry  Print this Article | Send to Colleague Last week, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) released its long-awaited proposal to update Hours of Service (HOS) rules. As an issue of importance to the industry, NRMCA has been actively advocating for greater flexibility with the HOS rules for industry...
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NRMCA Announces Winners of 2019 Excellence in Quality Awards
NRMCA Announces Winners of 2019 Excellence in Quality Awards  Print this Article | Send to Colleague NRMCA has announced the winners of its 2019 NRMCA Excellence in Quality Awards. Winning producers have demonstrated that they followed and exceeded quality management principles over a broad range of activities from commitment to quality, materials management, managing production facilities and...
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NC & SC LEGISLATIVE UPDATES – AUGUST 2019
  NC Updates provided by Connie Wilson & Lexi Arthur, CRMCA NC Lobbyists On August 2nd , a North Carolina administrative law judge ruled that NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) had the proper legal authority to order Duke Energy to excavate each of its coal ash pits across North Carolina. According to DEQ, Judge...
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