Tarmac invites submissions to its 2022 Innovation Challenge
Tarmac is inviting submissions to its third annual Innovation Challenge, open to existing and new suppliers, university teams and all organisations and individuals with an idea to support the acceleration of the company’s journey to net zero.
Tarmac and Align trial low carbon concrete
Tarmac has demonstrated and tested an innovative new low carbon concrete solution with Align, the joint venture delivering the Central 1 (C1) section of HS2 Phase One, the new high-speed rail line in the UK.
Tarmac achieves award for commitment to inclusion and diversity
The company has announced that it has been awarded the Clear Assured Silver Standard in recognition of its ongoing dedication to inclusion and diversity.
Tarmac grant helps fund new water pump at wildlife reserve
The Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund enabled conservationists to replace a vital water pump at a Cambridgeshire nature reserve.
Tarmac announced as UKREiiF Net Zero Partner
The company been confirmed as a Net Zero Partner for the UK’s Real Estate Investment and Infrastructure Forum’s (UKREiiF) inaugural event.
Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund grant enables sand martins to nest at Stanford Reservoir
Rare sand martins will be free to nest following a grant from the Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund to build bespoke nesting cabinets at Stanford Reservoir, near Rugby.
Tarmac laboratory celebrates 15-year safety record
A team of Tarmac scientists and product development specialists are celebrating a 15-year spotless safety record, demonstrating the company’s commitment to a safe working environment for its employees and customers.
Tarmac builds on long term sustainability strategy with 2030 goals
The company is building on its sustainability strategy to set out ambitious goals for the company to achieve by 2030, and beyond.
High Peak MP visits Tarmac’s Tunstead Quarry
Tarmac’s Tunstead Quarry near Buxton in Derbyshire recently welcomed High Peak MP Robert Largan to the site.
Tarmac’s Mountsorrel Quarry helps local resident stabilise ground for rescue ponies
The quarry has come to the aid of a local resident, who reached out for help after a field that is home to rescue ponies was left unusable due to flooding.