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Read MPA's Latest Mineral Products Today "Seizing the Opportunities...Challenges for the New Parliament" here. MPA's Stay Safe campaign 2015, focussing on the dangers of swimming in open water in quarry lakes, rivers, reservoirs and canals, has been launched. Read the press release here and the new 'Stay Safe...Stay Out' safety leaflet here.' 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. Find out where you can visit here. Promoting Cyclist Safety and Minimising Risk: all about our Cycle Safe Campaign
 
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MPA's new ‘Make the Link’ publication and campaign highlights the mineral products industry's essential contribution to the economy and quality of life PDFMake the Link Document.

MPA has launched a new ‘Safequarry’ app - the industry’s first Health and Safety App. The ‘Safequarry’ app reaches out to the many who have switched on to mobile devices for their web browsing. Download the app here.

To read the MPA Government & Industry Action Plan click here.

To find out key facts about the mineral products industry read our latest 2015 document here. You can also download the full workbook here.

 
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The Mineral Products Association website includes information on the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, agricultural lime, industrial lime, mortar and silica sand industries. Our members provide essential materials and sustainable solutions from production to consumption.

Through the web, we aim to give you a wider understanding of our fascinating and vital industry. The Mineral Products Association (MPA) is the trade association for companies involved in supplying crushed rock and sand and gravel from land-based and marine sources (marine aggregates), agricultural lime and industrial lime, asphalt, cement, concrete, including ready-mixed concrete, dimension stone, mortar, silica sand, slag, recycled aggregates and construction and quarry plant.

You will also find key information on sustainable development, health & safety, employment, careers in quarrying, competence, community relations, resource conservation, environmental protection, quarry restoration, quarry plant, sustainable products, stakeholder accountability, carbon management, the quarrying industry, transport, heritage, biodiversity and geodiversity.

With the addition of The British Precast Concrete Federation (BPCF) and the British Association of Reinforcement (BAR), MPA has a growing membership of 480 companies and is the sectoral voice for mineral products. MPA membership is made up of the vast majority of independent SME quarrying companies throughout the UK, as well as the 9 majors international and global companies. It covers 100% of GB cement production, 90% of aggregates production, 95% of asphalt and over 70% of ready-mixed concrete and precast concrete production. Each year the industry supplies £21 billion worth of materials and services to the Economy and is the largest supplier to the construction industry, which has annual output valued at £135billion. Industry production represents the largest materials flow in the UK economy and is also one of the largest manufacturing sectors.

Visit our specific careers area or our youth zone, which includes the Virtual Quarry website, or browse through a variety of video resources in the Cinema area, including our Cycle Safe and Stay Safe...Stay Out of Quarries campaigns.

Did you know, for example, that each person in the UK uses four tonnes of aggregates each year? Or that the mineral products industry has planted over two million trees in recent years?

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