MPA members recognise the materials they supply are and will continue to be essential for the improvement of standards of living and quality of life.
They are committed to the principle of sustainable development and ensuring that they are integral to everything that they undertake.
The highest priority for MPA members is the health, safety and well being of their employees, contractors, customers and everyone who visits their operations and other premises.
MPA members recognise that their operations are an important source of employment and economic activity.
MPA members recognise the need to maintain and develop a competent workforce.
MPA members recognise that their operations are part of the local community and strive to be good neighbours.
MPA members recognise that they must make the most efficient use of all resources.
MPA members take responsibility for the impacts that their operations have on the environment and are committed to minimizing and mitigating such effects.
MPA members recognise the importance of operating as good corporate citizens.
MPA members understand their role in sustainable production and consumption and actively promote the most effective use of their products.
MPA members support the Government policy of reducing emissions of greenhouse gases.
MPA members are committed to reducing the impact of the transportation of their products.
MPA members recognise the value that must be placed on our national heritage and will ensure that heritage assets in their care are always treated appropriately.
MPA members recognise that high quality restoration and aftercare of their operations, sensitive to local requirements, are essential parts of responsible stewardship.
MPA members are committed to improving biodiversity.
MPA members are committed to improving the management of geodiversity.