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25 November 2010 | Safety, Health & Environment
A NEW bird study has shown that quarries are havens for birds of prey.
23 September 2010 | Safety, Health & Environment
CEMEX UK and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) have announced the launch of a biodiversity strategy for CEMEX’s operations in the UK to help enrich nature.
02 August 2010 | Safety, Health & Environment
The United Nations has declared 2010 to be the International Year of Biodiversity and it is also a year when the Mineral Products Association (MPA) has made clear-cut progress on this front, as wel
THE Nature After Minerals project run by the RSPB and Natural England, with support from the Minerals Products Association, and which aims to help recreate high-quality habitats for people and wild
13 January 2010 | Mineral Planning
BANKS Mining have submitted an appeal against the rejection of their plans for a new surface mine development at Newton Lane, to the east of Ledston village in Leeds.
IN a move to help accelerate the development of CEMEX’s biodiversity strategy, the company has entered into a two-year partnership with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).
12 February 2009 | Safety, Health & Environment
THE Royal Society for the Protection of Birds’ ‘’ website – an online guide which aims to increase the number of minerals sites resto
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.