Charters and best practices CCB
CHARTERS AND BEST PRACTICES
CCB encourages synergies with local stakeholders to minimize impacts due to operations in various ways
BEST PRACTICES CHARTER
in 2014 quarry operators in Tournai, the Tournai and Antoing municipal authorities and IDETA came together to promote a collective project through a good practices charter. This project aims to reconcile economic development, respect for the environment and attentiveness to local stakeholders.
This charter will be regularly reviewed by the appropriate authorities in order to judge how relevant the actions taken are based on the results obtained.
We can, for example, cite the obligation for all trucks leaving the CCB site to ensure the load is covered with a tarpaulin.
In 2015, CCB and the economic interest group comprising SWDE and IDEA signed an agreement to recycle pit water from the Clypot quarry making it fit for drinking. The water will be treated in the Neufvilles purification plant. Work on this will start at the end of 2016.