Little to stimulate recycling in quarry firms' bid to fend off tax

Proposals intended to head off a tax on aggregates were unveiled by the quarrying industry in November. The package includes an environmental fund and an offer to pursue the environmental management standard ISO14001 at all sites. But the industry has a difficult task to convince Ministers that its proposals will stimulate aggregates recycling and reduce quarrying demand.

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