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01 January 2009 | Safety, Health & Environment
Tarmac have demonstrated their strong relationship with the RSPB and highlighted their commitment to promoting biodiversity by becoming an official corporate benefactor to the charity – the first q
Greater involvement in wetland creation by quarry firms when considering restoration schemes could help lock away large amounts of carbon to mitigate the effects of climate change, say conservation
HOW best to use the new Mineral Development Frameworks to create more high-quality wildlife habitat was the focus of a recent series of successful England-wide workshops.
01 April 2008 | Quarrying
As the rise in the aggregates levy takes effect and the new Nature After Minerals (NAM) partnership between the RSPB and Natural England is launched, Quarry Products Association (QPA) econo
02 March 2008
Last year work started on turning the old QPA restoration award-winning Hanson sand and gravel operation at Middleton Hall near Tamworth, Staffordshire into the largest nature reserve in th
01 August 2006 | Safety, Health & Environment
A French spider-eating wasp has been found in Britain for the first time.
01 August 2006 | Safety, Health & Environment
Britain’s quarries could become safe havens for its rarest wildlife thanks to work by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
01 February 2006 | Safety, Health & Environment
In 2004 the Hanson Environment Fund awarded grants totalling £559,993 to 53 projects.