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Ribblesdale cement plant
22 November 2022 | Concrete

Company marks a milestone in carbon capture at its Ribblesdale cement works in Lancashire

Fortistone
21 September 2022 | Aggregate Recycling

Company reaches major milestone having recovered and recycled 2.5 million tonnes of IBA

GRS
25 August 2022 | Aggregate Recycling

Strategic acquisitions pay dividends after impact of pandemic and uncertainty of previous years

Stent
17 August 2022 | Aggregate Recycling | 1 Comment

Cornish home-produced materials are at the core of National Highways’ A30 road upgrade

GRS deliver first cargo of sustainable aggregates
02 August 2022 | Aggregate Recycling

Delivery marks start of 500,000 tonnes of low-carbon secondary aggregates shipped into English capital each year

Carbon8 CO2ntainer
16 June 2022 | Plant & Equipment

Funding round led by EDF and Vicat to accelerate industrial deployment of CCUS technology

O.C.O Technology
01 June 2022 | SHE

Carbon capture specialist expands production and creates new jobs in £3 million investment

China clay waste
27 May 2022 | Aggregate Recycling

BDS publish first edition of new report on secondary and carbon negative aggregate markets in GB

PML
01 March 2022 | Aggregate Recycling

Investment follows signing of deal with Government’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority

Recycled Aggregates
22 February 2022 | Aggregate Recycling

Recovery of construction waste to produce recycled aggregates reaching maximum capacity, says MPA

Hemerdon tungsten mine
01 September 2021 | Aggregate Recycling

Hemerdon tungsten mine waste provides unique sustainable supply of secondary aggregate

Manufactured Limestone aggregate
11 August 2021 | Aggregate Recycling

New partnership will see first carbon-negative aggregate plant built in Europe by 2024

Nigel Jackson
22 July 2020 | Quarrying

Mineral Products Association welcomes recognition of minerals sector progress in Aggregates Levy report

MPA
22 June 2020 | Aggregate Recycling

MPA says GB well ahead of the average but 70% of future demand will still have to be met by primary aggregates

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