The Top Aggregate Producing Municipalities of Ontario (TAPMO) have joined together to work with industry partners and provincial decision-makers to developing a sustainable plan for aggregate extraction. Ontario's consumption of aggregate resources helps fuel steady economic growth and the demand for aggregate products is estimated to be four billion tonnes over the next 25 years. 

Wellington County Councillor James Seeley (Mayor of Puslinch) is currently the Chair of TAPMO for the 2021-22 term.  As such, Wellington County staff are supporting the administration of the organization. TAPMO has recently developed its own independent website.

For more information, please visit tapmo.ca

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