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MPA launches new website

New MPA website

Fresh platform for the Mineral Products Association as newly designed website goes live

A NEW website for the mineral products industry – www.mineralproducts.org – has been launched by the Mineral Products Association (MPA).

The newly designed site sets out the latest facts and figures that demonstrate the importance of mineral products, providing a fascinating overview into an industry that represents the biggest flow of materials in the economy.

Throughout the website, the MPA addresses key issues – from safety campaigns to climate change – and visitors can access key publications to learn about a range of topics.

The concrete and cement industry’s world-leading Roadmap to Beyond Net Zero Carbon by 2050 is explained in detail, whilst the unique contribution to biodiversity made by MPA member companies, in partnership with nature-conservation organizations, can be accessed through videos in the Quarries & Nature area.

Elsewhere, the site features latest industry news and forthcoming events, along with MPA membership and governance information.

Nigel Jackson, chief executive of the MPA, said: ‘The new website gives us a fresh platform to reiterate the essentiality of mineral products, the importance of our industry to other sectors and the economy as a whole, and the excellent progress we are making to deliver solutions that underpin the UK economy and support long-term sustainability.

‘Now the new site is live, we will keep it topical and fleet-footed. It will continue to evolve with evermore dynamic content and, as a membership organization, we welcome contributions and suggestions.’

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