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One of the industry’s best kept secrets is the enormous contribution it makes to restoring and improving land after quarrying is complete.
MPA has devised a new map which highlights MPA’s National Nature Park - former quarries and other former industrial locations returned to nature and with public access, which are now considered of special interest to nature conservationists and members of the public.
Natural Environment Publications
The Mineral Products Association (MPA) has published its updated Biodiversity Strategy Building on our Legacy – Realising our Potential originally launched in 2013.
The mineral products industry has a long legacy of high-quality restoration and is uniquely placed to protect and enhance UK biodiversity, including rare and threatened species.
To celebrate MPA members' achievements in creating amazing spaces for nature, we are holding our fourth photo competition.
Quality restoration of land borrowed for the extraction of minerals is one of the trademarks of the modern quarrying industry. Indeed, without proper provision for restoration, secured through planning conditions, permission to work a quarry will not be given.
The mineral products industry works hard to carry out its work sensitively and responsibly.
Our latest positions on key policy areas and most recent publications on industry related issues.
Our approach to sustainability has evolved progressively since MPA was formed in 2009. We now represent 14 product groups with 520 members under an umbrella that covers 20 per cent of aggregates production and 100 per cent of GB cement production. This level of activity combined with a substantial total landholding means that MPA can do much to influence the cause of sustainable development across the UK.
The Mineral Products Association (MPA) is the trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, dimension stone, lime, mortar and silica sand industries.
Mineral Products Association, Gillingham House, 38-44 Gillingham Street, London SW1V 1HU
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