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Aggregate & Quarry Association

Industry Awards

Every year the QuarryNZ Conference holds an Awards night to celebrate success across the Industry.

MIMICO Environment & Community Award

The industry sponsored Mimico Environmental Award annually recognises excellence within the aggregate industry for outstanding examples of pollution management, rehabilitation, beautification or other environmental work.

IOQ Awards

The Institute of Quarrying NZ Awards are a conference highlight and cover categories including:

  • Winstone Aggregates Safety Award – judged on who is best meeting a wide range of H & S criteria
  • Southern Cross Engineering – Roctech Innovation Award – $3,500 award for someone to develop innovations that can assist quarrying
  • Lyn Jordan Memorial Trophy for best technical paper
  • B R Webster Family Educational Scholarship – towards tertiary or practical learning studies
  • WorkSafe Chief Inspector Safety Leadership Award

Entries are required by May 31 each year, other than Winstones Safety Award which needs to be in by April 20 each year. Any IOQ member can nominate another IOQ member. Nominations should include some background information about the person: current job description, a mini version CV. Entries to and details on IOQ website

NZ Quarrying and Mining Awards

These awards from Q+M magazine recognise upcoming leaders in the quarrying sector. As many as several people have won an award in one year, which recognises “future leaders.” They are each provided with a certificate and $1000 each. If you have a someone showing talent in your quarry, email a brief CV and outline of the person’s achievements and qualities to Q+M Editor Alan Titchall – by May 31 each year. 

Read here for more information on the 2019 Award winners. 

About quarrying in New Zealand

Using Aggregate

Aggregates are the most consumed bulk product in the world after water. New Zealand uses 9-10 tonnes of aggregate every year for each adult and child.

Building NZ

To build an average house, you need about 250 tonnes of aggregate - for use in concrete, asphalt, mortar and building products.

Our Community

The quarry industry is committed to working alongside local communities and follows stringent planning, environmental and operating conditions.

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