Aggregates Resources Policies in Europe

Tiess, G√ľnter; Kriz, Alexander
October 2011
International Journal of Environmental Protection;2011, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p63
Academic Journal
As the aggregates demand steadily increases, comprehensive legal frameworks as well as advanced technologies have to be established in order to provide a sustainable supply of mineral resources in the future. For the most precise determination of key factors within the aggregates supply-chain, a profound IT-based environment is crucial. The authors will discuss the actual state of affairs in Europe within the scope of this paper.


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