The Contractor's Best Friend Podcast Season 7 Episode 6: Understanding CO2 Emissions Reduction

The reduction of emissions in the construction industry will be a process. Caterpillar construction expert Jason Hurdis talks about how alternative-power sources will be phased in on the jobsite to meet emissions requirements.

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In this episode of The Contractor’s Best Friend Podcast, construction expert Brad Humphrey talks about the effort to lower the impact of CO2 emissions on the environment through the reduction of fuel use. He speaks with Jason Hurdis, Caterpillar’s global market professional for quarry and aggregates, about how minimizing the use of diesel fuel on the jobsite directly lowers the amount of carbon dioxide produced. Construction bids more frequently require an estimate of CO2 produced, which is produced based on fuel use on the site. Hurdis describes the phase-in of alternative power on the jobsite to reduce emissions. 

Moderated by: Brad Humphrey, The Contractor’s Best Friend, Pinnacle Development Group - Founder

With special guestsJason Hurdis, Caterpillar Inc, Global Market Professional – Quarry & Aggregates Industries

Lonnie Fritz, Caterpillar Inc, Senior Market Professional - Construction Industries

Scott Hagemann, Caterpillar Inc, Senior Market Professional - Construction Industries


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