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Marine Aggregates Capability & Portfolio 2015
A report detailing the location and uses of UK marine aggregate, produced by The Crown Estate.
Strength from the Depths 2015
The seventh sustainable development report for the British marine aggregate industry produced by BMAPA.
The Area Involved – 17th Annual Report
A report detailing the area of seabed licensed and dredged during 2013, produced by The Crown Estate and BMAPA.
The Area Involved – Fifteen Year Review
A report detailing the area of seabed licensed and dredged during the period from 1998 - 2012, produced by The Crown Estate and BMAPA.
The Crown Estate
The Crown Estate is a diverse property business valued at more than £8 billion. The Crown Estate owns over half the foreshore and almost all of the seabed around the UK.
The Concrete Centre
The Concrete Centre is the central development organisation for the UK concrete sector. Their vision is to make concrete the material of choice
British Marine Producers Association (BMAPA)
The representative trade body for the British marine aggregate industry
CEMEX UK Marine
CEMEX UK Marine is one of the leading companies supplying marine aggregates to the British and European construction industry.
Together with Baggerwerken Decloedt, Dredging International is one of the primary operating companies of DEME Group. The core activity of Dredging International is dredging and land reclamation
Hanson Aggregates Marine
Hanson Aggregates Marine is Europe's largest producer of marine-dredged sand and gravel, supplying to a network of wharves in the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Denmark
Lafarge Tarmac Marine has a fleet of 4 dredgers which operate around the coast of England and Wales and are capable of landing over 4 million tonnes per year.
Van Oord use dredging solutions to reclaim land from the sea, protect coastal zones, and expand and maintain harbours and waterways