Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA)
Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA) SARMA is a voluntary industry organisation that represents manufacturers, suppliers and stakeholders in the readymix concrete industry. The association plays an active role in providing regulatory frameworks for the manufacture of concrete of an acceptable standard. It actively engages government and other industry bodies to highlight the benefits of readymix concrete and promote its use in a sustainable manner. Accreditation of members is done via adherence to world-class safety, health and environmental standards and is maintained through annual audits.
Lafarge Aggregates and Readymix
Lafarge Aggregates and Readymix Lafarge Aggregates and Readymix manufactures a wide range of aggregates and readymix concretes, which is marketed and supplied into all sectors of the South African construction industry. Operating 56 readymix plants and 20 quarries in strategic locations, we pride ourselves on delivering top quality products and service to satisfy the needs of our customers. The local business unit is part of the international Lafarge family, the global leader in materials of construction, which operates close to 2000 quarries and readymix concrete plants in 23 countries on 4 continents. The unique experience and resources in the group are your guarantee of the right solution to your situation. Members of SARMA - South African Readymix Association.
ASPASA – Aggregate & Sand Producers Association Of South Africa
ASPASA – Aggregate & Sand Producers Association Of South Africa The Aggregate and Sand Producers Association of Southern Africa (ASPASA) is a voluntary membership, private sector producers association. ASPASA is a member of the Chamber of Mines, but represents those companies that are in the business of producing aggregate and sand by operating quarries, sand pits and crushing operations. A wide range of services is supported through working committees which render services and advice to members as individual companies do not always have the resources and manpower to deal with these on a day-to-day basis. See our website for member details - ASPASA is run by an executive council and managed by a management committee that directs, supports and guides the ASPASA director, who is a full-time employee. ASPASA advises members and others on Health & Safety and Environmental issues. ASPASA has two audit programmes that it does for its members, which are: - About Face RSA Audit (Environmental); and - Initiating Safety Health Education (ISHE). ASPASA also deals with Technical, Human Resources, Transport and Legal matters. ASPASA ensures that all illegal mining reported to them, is reported to the authorities.