Shelley Frost is head of sustainability at Aggregate Industries

Aggregate Industries appoints new head of sustainability

Published:  27 August, 2014

Aggregate Industries has appointed Shelley Frost as its new head of sustainability.

Ms Frost joins the company from Lafarge where she held the position of regional director of environment and public affairs in Northern and Central Europe.

Overseeing strategic direction and compliance at Aggregate Industries, Ms Frost's responsibilities include sustainability, environmental management, and sustainable construction and commercial solutions. She will also be tasked with advising and supporting the business in achieving continuous improvement on key issues including energy, carbon management, environmental regulations, and sustainable practices and solutions.

Ms Frost said: “I am looking forward to what promises to be a rewarding position at Aggregate Industries. The company is proud of its sustainability achievements and continuously shows its innovative, forward-thinking approach to sustainability. It has ambitious aims and I am looking forward to working with everyone in the business so that both individually and collectively we can make a difference.

 “Aggregate Industries is passionate about sustainability and committed to performing at the highest standards to minimise our impact on people, the environment and the economy. We are already leading the way in many of these fields and I take pride in working for such a forward thinking company."

Pat Ward, CEO of Aggregate Industries, and chair of the company’s sustainability board added: “Shelley brings a wealth of experience to the role and matches the ambitions of Aggregate Industries making her the perfect match for the role. She is an expert on sustainability and we are delighted to have her on board.”

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