On 16 September 2011, HeidelbergCement and the internationally recognised nature conservation organisation BirdLife International signed a co-operation agreement. The primary goal of this partnership is to further improve the protection of biodiversity at quarrying sites.

On 16 September 2011, HeidelbergCement and the internationally recognised nature conservation organisation BirdLife International signed a co-operation agreement. The primary goal of this partnership is to further improve the protection of biodiversity at quarrying sites.

HeidelbergCement expects that this collaboration will further strengthen its leading role in the promotion of biodiversity at quarrying sites. As early as 2009, the Group was the first company in the international building materials industry to issue a binding guideline on biodiversity management.

Read more in our joint press release.