Input needed on “Responsible Aggregate Standards”

The Cornerstone Standards Council (CSC) has extended the consultation period for its Draft Responsible Aggregate Standards to March 21,2014.

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The additional two weeks of consultation are intended to address concerns that the document is quite substantial and that additional time to review and compile comments would allow more meaningful comments to be made. It is highly encouraged for stakeholders to take this additional time to visit www.cornerstonestanards.ca, download the draft Standards and provide comments to comments@cornerstonestandards.ca by 4:00PM on March 21, 2014.

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Cornerstone Standards Council (CSC) is governed by a Board of Directors and is a one-of-a-kind collaboration of industry and community stakeholders that seeks to support a prosperous Canadian construction industry that locates, develops and uses construction materials in a way that respects community concerns and environmental values. Their purpose is to improve the conservation of the environment and community health and well-being in Canada by developing and implementing certification standards for aggregate extraction and use by the aggregate and construction industries within Canada.

For more information or if you have any questions or concerns, please contact Nicholas Schulz at nschulz@cornerstonestandards.ca or 647-883-2719.

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