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Tucklesholme Quarry

Aggregate Industries and Staffordshire Wildlife Trust create new wetland habitat at Tucklesholme Quarry

Crown Farm Discovery Centre

Tarmac and Cheshire Wildlife Trust open new wildlife discovery centre at Crown Farm Quarry

Osprey

Water voles and ospreys among wildlife being safeguarded across the company’s sites

Beehive

Company puts pollinator protection plan in place with Plan Bee corporate scheme

All-Ireland Pollinator Plan

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

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

Hobby chicks
27 October 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Tarmac quarry restoration work attracts hobbies and osprey to Panshanger Park in Hertfordshire

Nightjar
12 September 2018 | Safety, Health & Environment

Rare nocturnal bird spotted at The Lodge nature reserve near Tarmac’s Sandy Heath Quarry

Mortimer Quarry open day
07 August 2018 | Quarrying

Local residents gain understanding of quarry operations and mitigation methods used to protect wildlife

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

Water vole

Company invests more than £200,000 in mass migration of endangered species to safe place

Little ringed plover
10 October 2017 | Safety, Health & Environment

Aggregate Industries hatch a plan to safeguard nesting little ringed plovers at Chard Junction

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