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NSSGA Letter Supporting House Hearing on WRDA

We welcome today’s hearing titled The Water Resources Development Act of 2020: Status of Essential Provisions. NSSGA supports efforts to improve and invest in all levels of our nation’s infrastructure network, including critical navigable waterways that is essential to America’s economic competitiveness.

NSSGA Letter to Senate EPW Committee on Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Projects

On behalf of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) and the aggregates industry we represent, we welcome today’s hearing titled Examining the Challenges Facing Drinking Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Projects. NSSGA supports efforts to improve and invest in all levels of our nation’s infrastructure network, including water and wastewater infrastructure, and appreciate the full committee’s work achieving this goal.

NSSGA Provides Aggregates Priorities for Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Hearing

As you work to advance new technologies and solutions, we would urge for careful consideration to not limit critical research dollars that promote one material over others through select marketing activities. Projects should be decided on by their merits and decisions should be left to engineers and those with technical expertise in designing and executing projects. This will ensure only the best solutions, that truly solve our infrastructure challenges, are delivered at the best expense of the taxpayers

NSSGA Shares Concerns with OSHA on Emergency Temporary Standard

We do not believe an ETS is either necessary or practical at this time, particularly for the aggregates industry, which already has strong tailored programs in place. If OSHA does determine an ETS should be issued, then the ETS should focus on industries that have demonstrated heightened risk, prioritize flexibility, and allow for a stakeholder comment period before it is issued.

NSSGA Supports Surface Transportation Reauthorization in Senate EPW Hearing

Echoing the hearing’s title, NSSGA loudly supports “Building Back Better” via a surface transportation reauthorization bill that will address the over $800 billion backlog of vital public works projects, which must be addressed in order to provide the motoring public safe and efficient roads, bridges and highways1. Our national economy is already handicapped due the COVID-19 pandemic and investing in our crumbling infrastructure network will improve our local and national economy.

NSSGA Welcomes House Water and Environment Subcommittee's Hearing to Discuss Infrastructure

On behalf of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) and the aggregate industry we represent, we welcome today’s hearing titled Building Back Better: The Urgent Need for Investment in America’s Wastewater Infrastructure. NSSGA supports efforts to improve and invest in all levels of our nation’s infrastructure network, including water and wastewater infrastructure, and appreciate the subcommittee’s work achieving this goal.

NSSGA Expresses Concerns With Aggregate Bans in Arizona

On behalf of the 400 members of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA), I am writing to express our concern with certain provisions included in H.R. 803, the ‘‘Protecting America’s Wilderness and Public Lands Act’’. Our members take extraordinary strides to responsibly produce construction materials and we oppose legislation that arbitrarily and permanently prohibits the development of aggregates operations on millions of acres of federal lands.

 

NSSGA Letter of Concern with Provisions of H.R. 803 - Protecting America's Wilderness and Public Lands Act

On behalf of the 400 members of the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA), I am writing to express our concern with certain provisions included in H.R. 803, the ‘‘Protecting America’s Wilderness and Public Lands Act’’. Our members take extraordinary strides to responsibly produce construction materials and we oppose legislation that arbitrarily and permanently prohibit the development of aggregates operations on millions of acres of federal lands.

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