Since 1930 when we were first established the company has excavated aggregates from thousands of acres of land. When quarries are designed these days, only a few acres next to the working face of the quarry is un-restored so with this small exception the remainder of J. Clubb Ltd land holdings have been fully restored and are either being re-used such as at Larkfield Lakes where luxurious lakeside apartments have been built, returned to agriculture such as Old Mill Farm in Dartford or set aside for wildlife habitat as described above.
We also believe in recycling and the use of primary, scarce aggregate resources is balanced by the use of recycled aggregates such as steel slag imported from the continent through our deep water terminal at Gravesend. Also the use of crushed and recycled concrete in some concrete mixes and the use of cement replacement technology to reduce the Ordinary Portland Cement consumed.
You can be assured therefore that when you purchase materials from us that the sustainability and biodiversity issues are not only being addressed but enhanced.