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The Transportation Infrastructure Industry Recognizes The Miller Group for its Environmental Leadership and Green Construction Practices April 23, 2013
TORONTO, April 22, 2013 /CNW/ - The Ontario Road Builders’ Association (ORBA), in partnership with the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) and the Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA), is pleased to announce the Miller Group as the winner of the 2013 ORBA Green Leadership and Sustainability Award.
Changing day to day habits key to Holcim Canada’s contributions on Earth Day 2013 April 23, 2013
TORONTO, April 22, 2013 /CNW/ - In addition to participating in the many conservation and stewardship activities the company has organized in communities close to their operations, Holcim Canada employees will have the opportunity to learn about how the sum of changing behaviours and habits can contribute to making a big difference.
Aggregate Producers Raise over $17K for Muskoka Children March 19, 2013
Muskoka, February 28, 2013 — The OSSGA (Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association) raised a total $17,150 for the Children’s Foundation of Muskoka during its annual industry conference in February at Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, ON.
Fowler Construction Receives Environmental Achievement Award from OSSGA March 1, 2013
BRACEBRIDGE, ON, March 1, 2013 /CNW/ - Fowler Construction is pleased to announce it has received the Ontario Stone, Sand and Gravel Association’s (OSSGA) prestigious Environmental Achievement Award for their Sage Creek valley plan adjacent to their Child’s Pit location in Bracebridge, Ontario.
Studies Show Pits & Quarries Pose No Threat to Drinking Water November 16, 2012
OSSGA is pleased to release the findings of two studies which conclude that aggregate extraction operations have no adverse effects on municipal drinking water supplies.
Carden Plain Water Study October 9, 2012
In a detailed report released October 4, Golder Associates Ltd. concluded that cumulative effects of quarries on groundwater, drinking water wells, wetlands and water flows in creeks and rivers "are expected to be negligible."
Pits and quarries have future benefits: OSSGA July 4, 2012
Daily Commercial News article on OSSGA’s rehabilitation study.
OSSGA Student Design Competition 2011 Winners on Display in Cambridge June 30, 2012
The top six projects from OSSGA’s 2011 Student Design Competition will be on display at the Common Ground exhibition, Lamb’s Inn, on rare Charitable Research Reserve -- a 900-plus-acre protectorate minutes from downtown Cambridge from July 6 - September 30.

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