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SHE News & Articles

01 February 2003

 

Hanson Aggregates celebrated National Tree Week by inviting local schoolchildren to help plant trees and shrubs at their Tytherington Quarry in Gloucestershire.

01 February 2003

 

The results of a project by woodwork students from Cheadle High School were unveiled when they visited Tarmac’s Croxden Quarry recently.

01 February 2003

 

"Following successful trials, Burlington Slate Ltd have purchased two Brigade bbs-tek reversing alarms for use on their wheel loaders."

01 January 2003

Part One: Accidents — Causes and Effects

01 January 2003

Use of a fiscal instrument to bring about the best practicable environmental option

01 January 2003

THE average fine for health and safety cases across Great Britain increased by 39% in 2001/02, according to the Health & Safety Executive’s recently published Offences and Penalties Report for...

01 January 2003

THE Quarry Products Association has widened its commitment to the restoration of quarries in the UK with the launch of a comprehensive new fail-safe guarantee.

01 January 2003

FIGURES released by the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) have revealed that quarrying is the most high-risk and dangerous occupation in Ireland.

01 January 2003

TARMAC are urging their employees to follow the ‘Golden Rules’ –– a major new health and safety initiative that is currently being rolled out across the whole group.

01 December 2002

SCIENTISTS are describing the remains of a woolly rhinoceros found at Lafarge Aggregates’ sand and gravel quarry at Whitemoor Haye, near Alrewas, Staffordshire, as a major archaeological discovery...

01 December 2002

Environmental Simulations International Ltd, the independent UK consultancy specialising in soil and groundwater problems, have opened their first full European subsidiary, ESI Italia, in Milan....

01 November 2002

RMC’s international aggregates businesses are half-way through a 4–5-year energy efficiency campaign, which is now showing early positive results.

01 November 2002

Working with Action Energy to improve energy efficiency

01 November 2002

An unlikely environmental hero is helping strike a balance between the needs of local people, wildlife and his employer at a Nottinghamshire quarry. Mike Walter reports

01 November 2002

THE announcement of a £1.5 million injection into the Sustainable Action Fund for local environmental improvements in Scotland has been welcomed by the Quarry Products Association, which has...

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