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The cement industry produces more CO2 emissions than most countries

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The cement industry produces more CO2 emissions than most countries

The cement industry produces more CO2 emissions than most countries. It may not survive. Investors worried about climate change are warning the world's biggest cement producers to reduce their emissions or face extinction.

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U.S. Access Board Webinar: Accessible Public Rights-of-Way

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U.S. Access Board Webinar: Accessible Public Rights-of-Way

Ensuring that public streets and sidewalks are accessible to people with disabilities can be a challenge, especially since accessibility guidelines for public rights-of-way have yet to be finalized.

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Spring is Sprung! And All Our Truncated Domes are On Sale Now!

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Spring is Sprung! And All Our Truncated Domes are On Sale Now!

All Truncated Domes Surface-Applied Tiles are On Sale Now! Every product is ADA Compliant. Every product is American Made. And every order gets Free Shipping. American Made ADA Compliant Truncated Domes from the nationwide leader, Truncated Domes Depot.

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Truncated Domes Depot Spring Sale on All Self-Adhesive Truncated Domes

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Truncated Domes Depot Spring Sale on All Self-Adhesive Truncated Domes

Truncated Domes Depot's Annual Springtime Sale on All Self-Adhesive Truncated Domes is On! Ah, springtime. Baseball. Super blooms. Sunshine. But spring is also the time to repair and upgrade parking lots and pedestrian walkways after the brutal concrete-cracking cold of the winter months. Every Order Ships Free!

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Seiichi Miyake's Truncated Domes Get the Google Doodle Treatment

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Seiichi Miyake's Truncated Domes Get the Google Doodle Treatment

When Seiichi Miyake found out a close friend was losing the ability to see clearly, he wanted to help. That desire led to an entirely new way for the visually impaired to navigate big cities, railways and parks. In America, we call the tactile warning and guidance system Miyake invented "truncated domes."

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