Green code for aggregates industry

The aggregates industry has joined the chemical industry in setting up a mandatory code of environmental practice. The new code, drawn up by the British Aggregate Construction Materials Industries (BACMI), obliges members to establish environmental management systems and to report publicly on the results of site audits. But it has been criticised for not attempting to constrain the forecast increase in new quarries.

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