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All-Ireland Pollinator Plan

Company springs into action to help protect and preserve native Irish insects and ecosystems

Enrique Moranmontero and Jez Perkins
16 February 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Tarmac appoint landscape management company to assist in day-to-day running of the park

Trent Valley
26 January 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Tarmac-supported scheme to revitalize the Trent Valley awarded £2.7 million from National Lottery funds

Clee Hill pond
19 November 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

MQP create four new ponds for newts and other wildlife as part of quarry expansion plans

Common lizard
10 November 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Aggregate Industries invest £425,000 in the migration of reptiles to safe new home

Bee
10 November 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company teams up with Derbyshire Wildlife Trust to help local bee populations to thrive

Common tern
14 October 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

HeidelbergCement and BirdLife International sign new Memorandum of Understanding

Huthwaite Brook clear-up
13 October 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company volunteers demonstrate award-winning potential with waterway clean-up operation

Duntilland Quarry visit
10 October 2018 | Quarrying

Neil Gray MP digs deeper into proposed community fund during visit to Aggregate Industries’ Duntilland Quarry

Stripe-wingged grasshopper
10 September 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Company demonstrates commitment to restoration and conservation with insect discovery event at Ladds Farm

Stephanie Hilbourn and Francois Petry
31 August 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment | 1 Comment

Aggregate Industries outline new shared vision as part of new three-year partnership with The Wildlife Trusts

Cotswold Water Park Trust
26 August 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

CWPT receives funding for two-year Shorncote to River Thames Wetland Connection Project

Nosterfield BioBlitz
25 August 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Tarmac site ranked second in UK after recording a record number of species in national wildlife campaign

Chris Packham

Kings Dyke Nature Reserve one of 50 sites included in Bioblitz national nature survey

Twite. Photo: Tim Melling

Data collected by RSPB and CEMEX will be used to plan further restoration at Dove Holes Quarry

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