Biodiversity study for artimes limestone quarry of

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Unformatted text preview: the ‘sub­ pannonic steppic grasslands’, and ‘bee­orchid species’ of flora, nesting bats and wild birds in the vicinity etc.), as well as the potential ecological impacts of the quarry activities (investigations to continue), and The Artimes limestone quarry, operating since the late 1960’s, for sourcing TITAN’s Patras Cement Plant mainly with lime­ stone raw materials, represents a “show­ case” of the rehabilitation policy followed by TITAN. 700 Area (x 1000m2) > Evaluation of existing information about the Natura 2000 designation process in Bulgaria and especially the features of protection in the Karlukovo SAC area, Quarry rehabilitation with hydroseeding 0 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total number of trees planted or given to third parties by TITAN (cumulative) 1,500,000 Total number of planted trees TITAN operations for the production of cement and aggregates heavily depend on the use of natural resources. Mining activities could have an impact on the biodiversity...
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