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BAA holds first AGM

REPRESENTATIVES from around half of the British Aggregates Association's member companies gathered in Penrith last month for the association's first ever annual general meeting.

Robert Durward, director of the BAA, welcomed attendees to the 'open' morning session where presentations were given on the action needed to engender support for the quarrying industry in the political and media arenas.

During the 'members only' afternoon session, discussions took place on a range of issues currently causing concern among BAA members, including the aggregates tax, health and safety, planning, and the environment.

There is to be another national meeting of the BAA in September 2000 to review progress.

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