II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Companies & groups
Berliner Strasse, 6
(+49)6221 481 0
Chaussée de la Hulpe 185
(+32)2 678 34 72
Mr Peter Lukas
Director Global Environmental Sustainability
Mr Rob van der Meer
Director EU Public Affairs
HeidelbergCement is one of the world’s largest building materials companies. With the takeover of the Italian cement producer Italcementi, HeidelbergCement became the number 1 in aggregates production, number 2 in cement, and number 3 in ready-mixed concrete.
In the significantly expanded HeidelbergCement Group, around 63,000 employees work at more than 3,000 production sites in around 60 countries on five continents.
The core activities of HeidelbergCement include the production and distribution of cement and aggregates, the two essential raw materials for concrete. Our downstream activities include mainly the production of ready-mixed concrete, but also of asphalt and other building products in some countries.
More information is available on our website: http://www.heidelbergcement.com/
2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies, EU ETS Reform, Energy Union, Circular Economy Package, Waste Framework Directive, Bird and Habitats Directives, Waste Incineration BREF Review, Waste Treatment BREF Review
EU Business @ Biodiversity Platform; Commission Working Group on Invasive Alien Species
HeidelbergCement is a member of A.SPIRE the European Association which is committed to manage and implement the SPIRE Public-Private Partnership. It represents innovative process industries, 20% of the total European manufacturing sector in employment and turnover, and more than 130 industrial and research process stakeholders from over a dozen countries spread throughout Europe. SPIRE brings together cement, ceramics, chemicals, engineering, minerals and ores, non-ferrous metals, steel and water sectors, several being world-leading sectors operating from Europe.
HeidelbergCement was involved last year in the following discussions:
• CO2 and climate change policy (EU ETS, IED directive, etc)
• Waste policy (End-of-waste criteria’s for aggregates and plastic, etc)
• Sustainable construction (Energy efficiency, Resource efficiency, Ecodesign directive)
• EU air quality policy
• European Innovation Partnership on raw materials
• IED Directive
• Seveso II Directive
• Health and Safety
• Competition policy
100%: 1 50%: 1 25%: 2
|First name||Surname||Start Date||End Date|
|Rob||VAN DER MEER||22/08/2016||02/08/2017|
European industry associations:
Initiatives and Think Tanks:
BirdLife international, http://www.birdlife.org/europe-and-central-asia/partnership-heidelbergcement
Centre for European Studies (CEPS), www.ceps.eu
01/2015 - 12/2015
100,000 € - 199,999 €
Horizon 2020 grant agreement No. 637138 "Ecobinder Project" and Horizon 2020 grant agreement No. 641185 "CEMCAP Project"
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.