Dufferin Aggregates is committed to the responsible stewardship of the natural environment; actively seeking opportunities to create diversified and connected natural systems. Our progressive and award winning rehabilitation efforts are an ongoing activity at all of our sites, to recreate landforms for eventual uses such as conservation, recreation and agriculture.
Dufferin Aggregates runs an extensive biodiversity and restoration program across its quarries and pits in Canada. The Milton Quarry is a designated World Biosphere area and progressive rehabilitation has created new habitats for wildlife. More than one third of the area permitted for extraction has been restored to wetlands, meadows, lakes and wooded areas. Ongoing biodiversity monitoring shows that 120 bird species, 37 butterfly species and 6 amphibian species now use the rehabilitated area.
The Acton Quarry’s Ecological Enhancement Plan involves creating and enhancing forest, wetland, and grassland habitat over the next 15 years. As part of this plan, an amphibian breeding pool was created on site and 7 species of amphibians have been identified by a qualified ecologist.
We also run a seed collection program from our locations to enable replanting with species native to these locations.
Building a Better Future
Dufferin Aggregates believes strongly in the importance of having a positive impact on our community and our environment. We are committed to ensuring our products are high quality, while focusing on sustainable solutions that provide our customers with innovative options to address the changing needs of the industry and our communities.
Please view our videos below to find out more about these products and solutions!
2300 Steeles Ave W, 4th Floor
Concord, ON L4K 5X6
- New Shipping Hours!April 18, 2022 - 3:13 pm
- We’ve made some changes to our Customer Service email, and we want you to know about it!December 22, 2021 - 10:15 pm
- Jonathan Clark, a foreman at Dufferin Aggregates, a Division of CRH Canada Group Inc., in Aberfoyle, has been named as a recipient of Rock to Road’s Top 10 Under 40December 22, 2021 - 10:05 pm