OSSGA in the News February 28, 2023
OSSGA is committed to being the voice of aggregate and educating the public by celebrating the successes of our members with stories about awards and community involvement and also correcting misinformation that appears in the media. Read recent articles and responses here!
NEW WINTER 2023 ISSUE OF AVENUES MAGAZINE AVAILABLE NOW! February 27, 2023
Aggregate sites targeted for catalytic converter thefts January 16, 2023
The Benefits of Using Recycled Crushed Aggregates in Infrastructure Projects Study Report December 14, 2022
2023 Aggregate Fees and Royalties November 24, 2022
New Fall 2022 Issue of Avenues Magazine Available Now! October 24, 2022
2021 Safety Innovation Award April 4, 2022
In 2020, OSSGA introduced the Safety Innovation Award, which recognizes innovative practices, programs and projects in Ontario’s aggregate industry. The award honours innovations that improve the health and safety of employees, subcontractors and the public in the areas of OHS management systems, health and safety training, wellness programs and culture.
TOARC Releases Completed 2020 Production Statistics March 15, 2022
TOARC has completed their Production Statistics Report for 2020.
New Winter 2022 Issue of Avenues Magazine Now Available! February 17, 2022
The Winter 2022 issue of Avenues highlights some of the main challenges facing our industry today.
TARBA Launches Campaign to Improve Recycling Practices in Municipalities Across Ontario
October 25, 2018 at 2:05 PM
A new study released today identifies the municipalities in Ontario that are doing a poor job of recycling concrete and asphalt. The research report, which collected information on the recycling practices of larger communities across Ontario, identifies the municipal “Laggards” – as well as the “Leaders” – in reusing aggregate recovered from construction sites. The report has been released to media in the hope of generating improvement in the recycling policies and practices of the municipalities that are currently 'Lagging' in the effort.
Read the full report here.