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The Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) is an organisation of the leading highway maintenance companies within the UK.

The HTMA maintains approximately 400,000km of highway.

The HTMA has a dedicated Environmental Working Group which is striving to create a greener highway environment through reducing the impact of work on UK roads.

The group has the principal aim of calculating and reducing the carbon emissions generated through maintenance activities.

17 July 2009

Roads Minister backs Sustainable Roads

17 July 2009, London, UK: Roads Minister Chris Mole has today thrown his support behind the Highways Term Maintenance Associations (HTMA) Sustainable Roads Initiative, a challenging vision for the future of highways maintenance.

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24 June 2009

Highways Term Maintenance Association renews call for strict approach on alcohol and drug misuse

24 June 2009, London, UK: The Highways Term Maintenance Association (HTMA) has renewed a call for a blanket ban on alcohol and drug misuse after welcoming action by one of its members to dismiss guilty employees, following random testing.

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GREEN DRIVING BOOK NOW AVAILABLE

The HTMA Green Driving book, endorsed by the iq option Department for Transport, Highways Agency and Driving Standards Agency, was officially launched at the Highways Agency in April this year.

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Sustainable Roads 2009
Conference and Exhibition

This one-day conference and exhibition will explore the link between road maintenance and economic, environmental and social sustainability, focusing on the challenge for the highways maintenance industry to meet transportation, community and business needs

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What do we do?

The highways maintenance industry is one of Britain's most important industrial sectors and is crucial to the wellbeing of the nation. Not only does it create jobs for thousands of people, but also looks after the UK road network, which is vital for successful economic development. Most importantly, the services that it provides, help millions of motorists every day.

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