Tarmac volunteers have been providing virtual mentoring to school pupils as part of the ‘Solutions for the Planet Big Ideas Competition’, which sees volunteers from local businesses partner with pupils to generate ideas which improve society, the economy and the environment.
Employees at Tarmac’s Tunstead quarry have shown their support for the NHS by joining in with the weekly Clap for Our Carers campaign to celebrate those working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
Through the new Swinden Quarry Natural Environment Fund, Tarmac’s Swinden quarry has been able to support its first project.
The constructions solutions company has launched a campaign to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) to hospitals up and down the UK.
The Scottish Government has awarded Tarmac’s Dunbar cement plant a grant for improved rail infrastructure.
Tarmac’s Holborough Marsh, on the outskirts of Snodland, Kent, is a 35 ha nature reserve with a range of wetland habitats.
The company’s volunteers helped with a range of developments at the facility, including providing a more accessible entrance for young athletes in wheelchairs.
The partnership will create the UK’s largest construction materials aggregates terminal at Tilbury2.