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Water management

News article

HeidelbergCement

Eleventh edition of annual report on sustainability focuses on climate protection and reduction of CO2 emissions

Company comes top in Sustainalytics' ESG Risk Rating in the construction materials sector

Environment Agency at Swinden
17 December 2019 | Quarrying

Thirty-two representatives view entire operation including site’s complex water-management system

Matteo Goich and Andrew Linton
20 March 2019 | Plant & Equipment

Italian manufacturer announces new sales office and start of new branch in Northern Ireland

IQ Academy webinar
10 October 2018 | Education & Training

James Dodds of Envireau Water to present this month’s ‘Lunch and Learn’ webinar from IQ Academy

Abstraction Licensing
08 January 2018 | Mineral Planning

New IQ factsheet focuses on Defra’s updated Abstraction Licensing regulations

Nigel Jackson

Latest strategy document outlines key measures to help members minimize waste consumption and protect the environment

Terex AquaClear
01 April 2017 | Plant & Equipment

Terex Washing Systems launch new line of water-management solutions at Las Vegas show

Water management
31 October 2016 | Safety, Health & Environment

Technical advice on water management and related issues for professionals in the quarrying industry

Article

27 February 2020 | Legislation & Regulation

Understanding the new water abstraction licensing regime and its implications in England and Wales

16 January 2019 | Legislation & Regulation

Where are we now? A year into the process, James Dodds, director and chairperson of Envireau Water, re-examines the situation

16 February 2018 | Legislation & Regulation

James Dodds, director and chairperson of Envireau Water, discusses the new regulatory arrangements and outlines the steps operators will need to take

09 August 2013 | Environment & Restoration

Envireau Water discuss how quarry operators can protect themselves through effective environmental data collection