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1,000 heactares
28 October 2017 | SHE

Restoration of 50 former quarry sites creates 1,000 hectares of land for nature in just eight years

13 August 2017 | SHE

How mineral sites, both operational and restored, offer great potential for safeguarding species

22 July 2017 | SHE

Rare visitors to the UK being given round-the-clock protection at a Nottinghamshire quarry

18 July 2017 | SHE

Seven exotic and colourful birds take up residence at CEMEX site in Nottinghamshire

CEMEX's swift tower
14 May 2017 | SHE

Company helps give nature a home by erecting a ‘swift tower’ at an asphalt facility in Manchester

Sussex Emerald month
28 March 2017 | SHE

Sussex Emerald moth being supported by five well-known organizations including CEMEX UK

Malaise trap
08 March 2017 | SHE | 1 Comment

Insect DNA analysis technique used to reveal natural condition and environmental health of quarry site

NAM report
01 December 2016 | SHE

Tenth anniversary of the launch of the landmark RSPB report ‘Nature After Minerals’

State of Nature 2016 Report
29 September 2016 | SHE

Latest State of Nature report identifies minerals extraction and restoration in helping to counter such declines through priority habitat creation

Needingworth reed beds
17 September 2016 | SHE

Company hands over another 96 hectares of restored land at Needingworth Quarry

A bumblebee
21 August 2016 | SHE

Nature After Minerals releases details of species conservation site visits in September and October

Brett Aggregates' Cliffe site
15 August 2016 | SHE

Construction spoil to provide enhanced habitat for birds and other wildlife at Cliffe in Kent

Sound mirrors
01 December 2015 | SHE

Former sand and gravel site featuring iconic Sound Mirror structures handed over to the RSPB

Small Blue
07 September 2015 | SHE

CEMEX UK exceed their own target by creating 660 hectares of conservation habitat in five years

Mark Mitchell
11 August 2015 | SHE

Mark Mitchell of RSPB Scotland to lead next phase of restoration work at Tarmac site