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Peter W. G. Tom, CBE is chairman of Leaf Clean Energy Company’s Board of Directors. He is currently executive chairman of AIM-listed UK building materials group, Breedon Aggregates Limited. Peter was formerly chief executive of Aggregate Industries plc, which he built into a major international group throughout the 1980s and 1990s before negotiating its sale to Swiss building materials company Holcim for GB£1.8bn in 2005.
He served as chairman of the UK aggregates industry's trade association in 1997, managing its amalgamation that year with two related associations to form the Quarry Products Association. Peter has been chairman of Leicester Tigers rugby club for 17 years and is also a director of NewRiver Retail Limited.
Peter was awarded a CBE for services to Business and Sport in 2006 and has an honorary degree from De Montfort University.