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Battle against ash dieback gets £35k boost from Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund

December 6, 2021
The fight against ash dieback, a highly-destructive disease that threatens ash trees throughout the UK, is being placed at the forefront of conservation efforts thanks to a grant from the Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund.
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Tarmac’s innovative luminescent concrete receives glowing approval 

December 3, 2021
An innovative glow in the dark paving system that absorbs ultraviolet rays during the day and radiates a soft luminescent light at night has been used to bring a new commercial development in Derbyshire to life. 
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Age is not necessarily a sign of diminishing life for grand old veterans of Panshanger Park 

December 2, 2021
  Panshanger Park, the Tarmac-owned former quarry and now popular country park and nature reserve, boasts more than 800 ‘veteran’ trees that are, in-turn, home to hundreds of species of wildlife ranging from microscopic insects to animals, like bats and birds. 
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Tarmac grant to fund interpretation at restored cottage visitor centre

December 1, 2021
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust’s historic Aqueduct Cottage has received a £21,000 donation from the Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund. The money will be used to design and install visitor information in the restored cottage, and help visitors find out about the Derwent Valley and surrounding area.
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Tarmac hosts roundtable to inspire the next generation of sustainability leaders 

November 30, 2021
Tarmac held a virtual roundtable with young people, and alumni, from Solutions for the Planet’s Big Ideas Programme, to discuss climate change and sustainability issues that mattered to them.  
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