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Nature After Minerals team

Nature After Minerals to work within new restoration partnership project in north-west Europe

02 April 2013 | Mineral Planning

Doncaster-based RecyCoal receive planning approval to complete an environmentally led coal recovery and restoration scheme near Sheffield

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27 March 2013 | Quarrying

Mining operator creates new haven for wildlife at opencast coal site

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Nigel Blair, Duncan Orr-Ewing and Mike Fraser
31 January 2013 | Safety, Health & Environment

New agreement set to boost biodiversity and eco-tourism in Dunbar area

Patience and Ryburn
24 January 2013 | Safety, Health & Environment

Two Exmoor ponies become ‘natural lawnmowers’ at a CEMEX nature conservation area

Tagged in: CEMEXBiodiversity
10 January 2013 | Quarrying

MPA confirms commitment to sustainable development by releasing three sustainable development reports

Quarry Life Award winners
14 December 2012 | Quarrying

HeidelbergCement honour innovative projects for biodiversity promotion around the world

Nigel Jackson and Dr Jeremy Biggs
29 November 2012 | Safety, Health & Environment

MPA teams up with Pond Conservation to encourage creation of new clean-water habitats

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Quarry Life Award
22 November 2012 | Safety, Health & Environment

Winners announced in UK section of inaugural HeidelbergCement Quarry Life Awards scheme

Tagged in: Biodiversity
23 August 2012 | Education & Training

One-day Nature After Minerals workshop on how working quarries can be improved for nature

Tagged in: Biodiversity
Cemex and RSPB

Quarrying company and bird protection charity sign five-year Memorandum of Understanding

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IQ Blog

Environmental responsibilities
04 April 2017

The minerals extractives sector plays an instrumental role in our everyday lives, yet quarrying and related value-added activity has an impact on the environment that requires active management....

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