AGGREGATE & QUARRY ASSOCIATION
ABOUT THE AWARD
The industry sponsored Mimico Environment & Community Award annually recognises and celebrates the quarry industry’s care for the environment and community. The award acknowledges the excellent and diverse range of projects undertaken by AQA members.
MIMICO is a well-respected Waikato company that sells, hires and services heavy machinery; it shares the AQA’s commitment to encouraging environmental excellence.
MIMICO 2022 Award
Does your company have an initiative that protects the environment and / or supports a community?
- $3,000 prize up for grabs
- Whether it’s a big or small project, you should consider entering
- If you are doing your bit for the environment – let us know
- It’s easy to do – just complete the one-page entry form and get the General Manager or CEO to sign it off
- All finalists will receive publicity including written material, promotion at the QuarryNZ 2022 Conference in New Plymouth, as well as feature on the AQA website.
Full details can be found in the MIMICO Environment & Community Award brochure.
All entries and supporting information must be received by Friday 27th May 2022.
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MIMICO 2021 AWARD WINNER - Blackhead Quarries
Bernie Napp, MIMICO Award judge, said Blackhead Quarries won through being the first quarry in the country to use an electric truck. The 30 tonne truck, imported from China, costs about $4 a day to run, carting 600 tonnes of aggregate at the Logan Point Quarry in Dunedin, as opposed to burning 80-90 litres of diesel.
See 2021 entries here.
MIMICO 2019 AWARD WINNERS - Fulton Hogan & Christchurch Ready Mix
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ABOUT QUARRYING IN NEW ZEALAND
Aggregates are the most consumed bulk product in the world after water. New Zealand uses 9-10 tonnes of aggregate every year for each adult and child.
To build an average house, you need about 250 tonnes of aggregate - for use in concrete, asphalt, mortar and building products.
The quarry industry is committed to working alongside local communities and follows stringent planning, environmental and operating conditions.