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    .5EXECUTIVESUMMARY.5.1 Introduction

    The Institute ofGeology andMineral Exploration (IGME) organized a public consultationevent titled: SustainablePlanningofAggregates inGreecewithin the frameworkof theSNAPSEE project in collaborationwith the TechnicalUniversity of Cretewhich is also apartner in this project. The main purpose of the consultation event was the opencollaborationbetweenthestakeholderswhichareinvolvedintheplanningofaggregatesinourcountry.

    It shouldbenoted thatalthough the initialestimatesof theplanningcommittee involvedabout30participants,therewastremendousinteresttoparticipateinthiseventandfinally51peoplefromnationalandregionalauthorities,industryandacademiccommunity,aswellastheprojectpartnerinstitutionsparticipatedinthisevent.Thisactuallyfulfilledtheinitialplanoftheorganizerswhichwastoallowasmanystakeholdergroupstoparticipateinthisfirstconsultationprocess.Itshouldalsobenotedthanmorethan70peoplewereinterestedinparticipating in thiseventbut forpurelypractical reasons thiswasnotpossible. Inanycase this consultation event was successful and gave the opportunity to participatingstakeholders tostate theirviews,consult inmattersofplanningatanational region levelandactuallyidentifythemainchallengesthatstakeholdersfaceduringaggregatesplanning.

    It should also be noted that 41% ofthe participants were industryrepresentatives. The main subjectsthatwere discussed by the Industryinvolved illegal quarrying and moreefficient implementation of theexisting legislation.Also,the Industryasked theactivationof thepertinentauthorities for controlling the illegaltransportofaggregatesortheuseofunsuitable products in terms ofquality,factorswhichhaveanegativeimpact on the Industry especially inthecontinuedeconomiccrisis.

    Fig.1:Participationintheconsultationevent,perstakeholdersgroup

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    .5.2Descriptionofthecurrentsituation

    .5.2.1Existingframeworkregardingextractioninordertoproduceaggregates

    Theindustryofnaturalorinotherwordsprimaryaggregates(crushedrocks+sand&gravel)isveryimportantforEurope,wheretheoverallproductionfortheyear2013was2,5billiontones. This production was accomplished by 25.000 quarries, 15.000 companies whichemployabout250.000employees3.InGreece,theannualproductiontoday isestimatedat25milliontones,atleast50%lowerthantheexpectedaverageannualproductionbasedonthe available historical data of the industry. Production for 2008 was about 98milliontones4. Thus, inGreece today there is an average annual consumption per capita of 2,2toneswhenthecorrespondingaverageconsumptioninEuropeis5,2tonespercapita,whileespeciallyforcountriesinSoutheastEuropeconsumptionis4,2tonespercapita.Thisdrasticdecrease in annual production, and correspondingly in annual consumption, is a directimpactofthefinancialcrisiswhichisevident inGreecethe last5or6yearsandwhichhasnegativeeffectsinallbranchesofeconomyincludingcivilconstruction,generalconstructionandotheractivitieswhicharedirectlyrelatedtoaggregateconsumption.

    BasedontheworkperformedwithintheSNAPSEEprojectbytheauthors,butalsoverifiedby the participants in this consultation, aggregates planning in Greece today ismainlyfocussing on planning for primary (natural) aggregates. Thatmeans it is related to theplanningofextraction,whichpartially isdue to the fact thatGreecehasanabundanceofprimary raw materials, especially limestones, suitable for the production of concreteaggregates and cement. Thus, based on the national legislation5 the development ofquarries for the production of primary aggregates can only be performed in specificallyestablished areas, the Quarrying Areas, making this activity perhaps the only of theextractive industry which is directly related to land use planning. Quarrying Areas aredefinedby implementingrelateddecisions issuedbytheHeadofaRegionalGovernment6.Thelastisappointingan8membercommittee7inwhichparticipate,amongothers,aminingengineeroftheMinistryofEnvironmentandClimateChange(YPEKA)(thecoordinator)andofficersservingintheForestOffice,theMinistryofCivilizationandAthletics,IGME,andtheDirectorateofEnvironmentofYPEKA.Itisimportanttonotethattheextractionofmineralrawmaterialsforaggregatesproduction ispossibleunderspecialconditionsoutsidetheseQuarrying Areas andmore specifically: a) In the case of quarrying for the production ofaggregatesf