External links: environment
sea–info.net — This site seeks to provide a gateway to the latest information on Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Sustainability Appraisal (SA).It includes a section on Minerals and Waste.
Sustainable aggregates — An information gateway that promotes sustainable production and consumption of aggregate. This website hosts the reports and findings of research and development funded by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund in England and other relevant research and information.
Natural England — Promotes the conservation of England's wildlife and natural features. Link to minerals and aggregates sector analysis.
The Environment Agency — The leading public organisation for monitoring, protecting and improving the environment in England and Wales. It regulates industry, maintains flood defences and water resources, and improves wildlife habitats, in addition to many other activities.
Countryside Council for Wales — Statutory advisor on sustaining natural beauty, wildlife and the opportunity for outdoor enjoyment in Wales and its inshore waters.
English Heritage — Protects and promotes England's spectacular historic environment and ensure that its past is researched and understood.
Scottish Environment Protection Agency — Scotland’s environmental regulator.
Scottish Natural Heritage — Protects Scotland’s natural heritage, helps people to enjoy and value it, and encourages people to use it sustainably.
Cadw — The historic environment service of the Welsh Government.
DEFRA Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs — The UK government department responsible for the environment, for food and farming and rural matters.
DOE The Department of the Environment Northern Ireland — Northern Ireland’s environmental regulator.
Industry Sustainability Pages
Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) — Promotes the beauty, tranquillity and diversity of rural England by encouraging the sustainable use of land and other natural resources in town and country.
Friends of the Earth — One of the leading environmental pressure groups in the UK.
Royal Society for the Protection of Birds — A bird conservation organisation that aims to protect birds and the environment. The RSPB have worked with the minerals industry to help gain insight into the potential contribution of the minerals industry to biodiversity in England.
AggRegain —The sustainable aggregates information service, established by WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme), to provide free information on the use of recycled and secondary aggregates.
British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA) — Provides a forum for discussion if industry issues, provides information and services to assist members' companies.
CIRIA – Construction Recycling Sites — A database of construction-related recycling sites that accept or sell materials.
FCC Environment — A waste management company providing environmentally effective processing, recycling and disposal services for local authority and private commercial customers.
letsrecycle.com — Information, prices and links for recycling and waste management. Glass, ferrous and non-ferrous metals included.
Recyclers's World — The minerals section of this world wide trading site provides information related to secondary or recyclable commodities, by-products, used and surplus items or materials.
UK Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro) — Alupro encourages and develops recycling collection initiatives, provides consumer education, and represents the aluminium packaging industry to government.
Natural Environment Research Council — NERC is the research council that that funds and manages scientific research and training in the earth system science. Work covers the full range of atmospheric, earth, terrestrial and aquatic sciences. It is the Britsh geological Survey (BGS) parent body.
Nature After Minerals — A web resource for anyone interested in restoration. Has Mapping Tools, Case Studies and Habitat Advice.
Sustainable Development in Government — The official UK Government website for sustainable development.
International Council on Mining and Metals — Brings together many of the world's largest mining and minerals companies. This leadership exercise aims to ensure that an industry which is essential to the well-being of a changing world is responsive to global needs and challenges.