Pendant et après l'activité d’extraction, HeidelbergCement s'engage à gérer la biodiversité dans plus de 1.000 sites carriers en promouvant leurs exceptionnelles flore et faune locales. Lors de cette 3e édition du Quarry Life Award, nous continuerons à sensibiliser le public à la valeur biologique des sites carriers et ensemble, nous trouverons de nouvelles façons de la développer davantage.
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The 3rd edition Quarry Life Award will be launched at the SER Conference in Manchester, UK, this 26th August 2015. Hundreds of biodiversity and restoration experts from all around the world have registered to this event. A fantastic opportunity to share experiences and raise the interest of potential candidates for the next edition. Join us and share your ideas - Nature will be the biggest winner! > Read more about SER 2015 En savoir plus
“For HeidelbergCement protecting nature and managing biodiversity in our quarries play an important role,” said Dr Scheifele, Chairman of the Managing Board of HeidelbergCement, in the foreword of the brochure. “Quarries and gravel pits transform the existing landscape into a completely new landscape. That’s why it is our duty to minimize our impact on nature, and implement environmentally sound quarrying practices.” En savoir plus
Oribatid mite diversity was investigated in Gardabani clay and Kavtiskhevi limestone quarries of HeidelbergCement Georgia. Soil samples were collected on quarries of different ages and adjacent natural ecosystems that were referred as control sites.39 species of oribatid mites were identified in six locations of Gardabani clay quarry, among them Phyllozetes tauricus Gordeeva, 1978 is new for the Caucasian fauna. 40 species were found in four locations of Kavtiskhevi quarry, Simkiniaschachthachtinskoi (Kulijev, 1961) and Laisobelba sp. being new for the Georgian fauna. En savoir plus