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Quarry Life Award winners 2016
26 October 2016 | Safety, Health & Environment | 1 Comment

Project team from University of the West of England wins top prize in UK section of Quarry Life Award 2016

Southern hawker dragonfly

Wildlife Trusts reaping benefits thanks to funding from The Hills Group via the Landfill Communities Fund

El Carmen conservation area

El Carmen region celebrates 15 years of biodiversity conservation and species restoration

Sand martin

Company prepares for arrival of sand martins with creation of sacrificial sandbanks at all UK quarries

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Batts Coombe Quarry

Projects selected for UK section of the 2016 HeidelbergCement Quarry Life Award competition

The Quarry Life Award

HeidelbergCement receive more than 450 project proposals to promote species diversity in quarries

Ypsolopha horridella moth
01 December 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

CEMEX site one of the most important in the Midlands for both moths and butterflies

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Public access stairway
28 November 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

Opening of ambitious public access stairway at ENCI quarry brings three-year project to successful conclusion

MPA Quarries & Nature 2015
15 October 2015 | Quarrying

Event reveals how the mineral products industry is playing a key role in building on Britain’s Natural Capital

Small Blue
07 September 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

CEMEX UK exceed their own target by creating 660 hectares of conservation habitat in five years

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05 September 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

HeidelbergCement launch third edition of their international research competition on biodiversity in quarries

Bee hive at Hope Works
15 August 2015 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company enhances biodiversity with introduction of 100,000 bees at Hope Works and Dowlow Quarry

Bees at Aberthaw cement plant

Lafarge Tarmac enhance biodiversity programme with addition of five bee colonies

Mike Clarke

Leaders address project’s final conference and endorse its recommendations going forward

Fernando Gonzalez

Company helping international organizations create awareness of the world’s most precious natural sites

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