Who are Aggregate Industries?
Aggregate Industries, part of the LafargeHolcim Group, has over 300 UK sites producing and supplying aggregates, asphalt, cement, ready-mixed concrete and blocks and providing national road surfacing/contracting services. As a leading player in the construction industry we are very conscious of the impact our supply chain, products and services have on people, the environment and the economy.
We are committed to creating a better built environment through sustainable approaches with focus on health and safety, logistics, the environment and community, ethical business practice and product innovation – not just in our own business, but our supply chain too.
Sustainability is at the heart of our business, from our values to our vision, and is one of our strategic pillars. Our commitments focus on the themes that are most material to our business: Climate, Water & Nature, Circular Economy, People & Communities.
‘Biodiversity’ simply refers to all living things. Every species, no…
Why a Partner?
As one of the six founding Partners of the Supply Chain Sustainability School we engage and collaborate with our suppliers, customers and clients to provide innovative sustainable solutions. The School provides excellent tools and workshops enabling us, alongside our customers and suppliers, to continually develop knowledge and increase awareness on key sustainability topics. We are proud to have been part of the following successful special interest working groups:
- Social Value
- Modern Slavery
- Supply Chain Mapping
- Performance Measurement
- Plant & Labour Categories
“Balancing environmental, social and economic responsibilities are key to ensuring the long term sustainability of the construction industry. It is vital that we work collaboratively with our supply chain partners, our clients and customers to provide sustainable solutions to the challenges in our industry. We are proud to be founding members of the Supply Chain Sustainability School, recognised as the most successful sustainability education initiative in the construction sector. The School provides free tools and workshops enabling us, alongside our customers and suppliers, to continually develop knowledge and awareness on key sustainability topics.”Donna Hunt, Head of Sustainability