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Environmental Stewardship

Vulcan Conservation Banks

Vulcan's Cajon Creek Conservation Bank and Colton Dunes Conservation Bank protect local wildlife.
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Environmental Stewardship

Restoring Land

Vulcan’s River Rock facility in Fresno, California, joined forces with the San Joaquin River Parkway & Conservation Trust to restore land along the river that had been part of the company’s mining operation.
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Environmental Stewardship

Protecting Our Wildlife

Not far from San Francisco, Vulcan’s Pilarcitos Quarry is home to nearly 200 acres of a protected nature preserve and various wildlife species. With proper oversight and controls, Vulcan is demonstrating that mining and wildlife can co-exist.
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Environmental Stewardship

Looking Out For Future Generations

When Vulcan retires its older trucks, it replaces them with new machinery that meets new air quality standards by decreasing exhaust emissions and limiting greenhouse admissions that ultimately reduces our carbon footprint.
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Safety & Health

A Golden Safety Record at Corona

At Vulcan, protecting people guides everything we do. We have a responsibility to one another, our families, neighbors and the communities we serve. Perhaps no other facility has exemplified and perfected that safety philosophy more than Vulcan’s Corona Quarry in Southern California, which has gone more than two decades, logging in more than one million hours, without an accident.
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People

A Career Kick-Start

Vulcan’s Operations Management Development hires recent college graduates and prepares them for leadership positions at facilities throughout the country. Upon completion of the program, participants gain the necessary experience and skills required to take on a lead or supervisor role.
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Environmental Stewardship

Reclamation For Economic Development

The Irwindale Business Center in Irwindale, California was a former Vulcan facility that is benefitting the City and community through a unique partnership. When Vulcan completed mining operations there in the late 1960s, discussion turned to future uses. The City decided to fill the mining pit and transform the land into the Irwindale Business Center, which today provides thousands of jobs and generates revenue and economic activity benefiting Southern California communities.
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Community

Supporting First Responders

For the past three years, Vulcan’s facility in Chula Vista, California, has partnered with their local first responders in its Quarry Crusher Run, an annual charity race that offers the opportunity to run or walk inside a quarry.
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People

A Vulcan Family Affair

For the Evans family, Vulcan is truly a family affair. John Sr. is a haul truck driver at the facility in Corona, California, while John Jr. is a human resources manager for Western Division and another son, Matt, drives at San Bernardino.
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People

Vulcan Veterans In The Spotlight

The brother and sisterhood found in the military is also evident at Vulcan with some 600 veterans employed at facilities throughout the country. Vulcan takes great pride in employing those who have served our country and encourages veterans to apply to begin a career with the company.
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