The BCCF - for information about calcium carbonate

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Calcium Carbonate

The World's Most Versatile Mineral

Limestone

Ben Bennett, Grange Mill Quarry (Derbys)

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Limestone

Francis Flower, Gurney Slade (Somerset)

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Limestone

Francis Flower, Wicken (Cambs)

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Limestone

Francis Flower, Runcorn (Cheshire)

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Limestone

Howie Minerals, Fort William (Scotland)

Chalk (whiting)

Imerys Minerals, Beverley (East Yorkshire)

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Chalk (whiting)

Imerys Minerals, Quidhampton (Wilts)

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Limestone

Longcliffe Ltd, Brassington Moor (Derbys)

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Dolomite

Longcliffe Ltd, Ryder Point (Derbys)

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Chalk (whiting)/Marble

Omya UK, Melton (East Yorkshire)

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Chalk (whiting)

Omya UK, Steeple Morden (Cambs)

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Dolomite

Omya UK, Cadeby (S.Yorks)

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Dolomite

Omya UK, Hartlepool (Cleveland)

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Limestone

Omya UK, Ashwood Dale (Derbys)

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Limestone

Omya UK, Buxton (Derbys)

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Limestone

Omya UK, Glenarm (Co Antrim)

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Precipitated Calcium Carbonate

Specialty Minerals, Lifford (Birmingham)

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Limestone

Tarmac, Ballidon (Derbys)

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UK Calcium Carbonate Operations

Move your mouse over the map to see where the various types of calcium carbonates are produced by BCCF members in the UK.

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