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Huthwaite Brook clear-up
13 October 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company volunteers demonstrate award-winning potential with waterway clean-up operation

Duntilland Quarry visit
10 October 2018 | Quarrying

Neil Gray MP digs deeper into proposed community fund during visit to Aggregate Industries’ Duntilland Quarry

Stripe-wingged grasshopper
10 September 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company demonstrates commitment to restoration and conservation with insect discovery event at Ladds Farm

Stephanie Hilbourn and Francois Petry
31 August 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment | 1 Comment

Aggregate Industries outline new shared vision as part of new three-year partnership with The Wildlife Trusts

Cotswold Water Park Trust
26 August 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

CWPT receives funding for two-year Shorncote to River Thames Wetland Connection Project

Nosterfield BioBlitz
25 August 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Tarmac site ranked second in UK after recording a record number of species in national wildlife campaign

Chris Packham

Kings Dyke Nature Reserve one of 50 sites included in Bioblitz national nature survey

Twite. Photo: Tim Melling

Data collected by RSPB and CEMEX will be used to plan further restoration at Dove Holes Quarry

Back Lane volunteers

Aggregate Industries sow the seed to assist endangered pollinator species in latest wildlife project

Tice's Meadow nature reserve

Official opening marks completion of restoration phase of former Hanson sand and gravel quarry

Water vole

Company invests more than £200,000 in mass migration of endangered species to safe place

Twite. Photo: Tim Melling
17 February 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Three-year renewal following decade of successful biodiversity conservation around the globe

Ancient oak tree
17 December 2017 | Safety, Health & Environment

One of the country’s oldest trees saved from the saw thanks to vigilance of Wickwar quarry manager

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Binnegar Quarry visit

Raymond Brown site hosts NAM visit to look at species conservation through minerals restoration

Sussex Emerald month

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