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The White House has launched several initiatives to support lower-carbon materials in manufacturing. First, it has created the Buy Clean Task Force, which will utilize the purchasing power of the federal government to promote lower-carbon construction materials, with the General Services Administration and the Department of Transportation expected to commit to similar initiatives. In addition, the Biden administration will be rewarding American manufacturers of clean steel and aluminum.

Finally, President Joe Biden is pushing for the passage of the America COMPETES Act, which is intended to strengthen supply chains, lower pricing, create manufacturing jobs and decarbonize the industrial sector.


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