Minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development, Mr Sean Kyne T.D presented the winners of the ICF’s Sustainable Quarry Awards which were held on October 25th 2017.
The ICF awards are a showcase for the many fine examples of sustainable extraction operations which underpin Ireland’s economic and societal development. The winners will go forward to represent Ireland in the European Aggregate Association (UEPG) Quarry Sustainability Awards.
The overall national winner for 2017 was Kilsaran International’s Gallstown Quarry, Grangebellew, Drogheda, Co Louth. The winner’s award was presented for the outstanding achievement in comprehensive environmental management of a large integrated extractive operation.
ICF would like to congratulate all the winners who received their awards from the Minister on the day.
Kilsaran International, Gallstown Quarry, Gallstown, Grangebellew, Drogheda, Co Louth
Other award winners on the day are as follows:
Ardfert Quarry Products, Sackville, Ardfert, Co Kerry
Outstanding achievement in the areas of water management and community engagement
Roadstone, Huntstown Quarry, Finglas, Dublin 11
Outstanding achievement in the areas of landscaping and site restoration
Keohane Readymix, Dromkeen, Innishannon, Co Cork
Outstanding achievement for comprehensive environmental management and community engagement
Kilsaran International, Ballinascorney Quarry, Brittas, Co. Dublin
Outstanding Achievement in Overall Quarry Sustainability