CEMEX helps to provide this
country’s essential housing and
infrastructure needs, but our
activity has an impact, on people
and the communities in which
That’s why building a better future is ingrained into every aspect
of our business.
For decades we have invested in our communities, through
the CEMEX Foundation and the Rugby Benevolent Fund.
Our Lendahand scheme demonstrates our commitment to giving
back… and to helping make our communities better places to live.
We have created a Payback Initiative that guarantees that 1m2
of UK priority habitat is created for every 10m3 of concrete we
produce. Through projects like the restoration of 80 hectares at
Rugeley quarry in Staffordshire, which won the first ever Natural
England Biodiversity award.
And the stunning Attenborough Nature Reserve and visitor centre
in Nottingham, described by patron Sir David Attenborough as
“a lifeline to the natural world”.
Our continuing 20-year partnership with the RSPB has produced
challenging biodiversity targets, including a goal to create 1000
hectares of priority conservation habitat by 2020. It prompted TV
presenter and naturalist Chris Packham to comment...
“With its employees, neighbours and conservation
organisations, CEMEX UK creates habitats that enrich our
Proof that CEMEX’s commitment to a sustainable future is part
of our DNA.