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Quarry restoration by CEMEX

21 June 2022, Published under Cement News

Quarry restoration and biodiversity are important aspects of Cemex’s commitment to climate change. Steve Redwood, CEMEX land development and permitting director – Europe, showcases how the company’s quarry restoration work and biodiversity management are reaping the benefits for nature in the region. By Steve Redwood, CEMEX, UK. The restoration aspect of the business is becoming increasingly important for CEMEX. Pictured is the Raynes quarry in north Wales, UK My role at CEME...

Cemex's restored quarries bear fruit

19 January 2022, Published under Cement News

Cemex's commitment to considered and high-quality restoration of its quarries has resulted in the harvesting of olive oil, citrus fruits and grapes from locations in Croatia and Spain. In Split, Croatia, Cemex organised a volunteering activity in the olive groves located in its quarry, in cooperation with the Agricultural and Veterans' Cooperative Lintar. In a few hours, seven teams of five to six volunteers managed to break the daily harvesting record with 1162 kg of olives harveste...

Cemex Costa Rica receives Wildlife Habitat Council Conservation Certificate

06 September 2018, Published under Cement News

The Wildlife Habitat Council has awarded Cemex Costa Rica with the Conservation Certificate for the company’s support to the El Paso Monkey Biological Corridor. The project quantified the forest reserves at the quarries of the Colorado plant and obtained an inventory of tree species to identify the most suitable species for the reforestation of a 2ha area. In addition, the cement producer helped to set up a forest brigade and made an agreement with he National System of Conservation A...