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Promoting the quarrying industry in our schools

One of the challenges for extractive operations is to inform local communities about the value and benefits of quarrying. Part of this challenge is to communicate the message early – and what better place to start than in the classroom? Paul Sutton reports.

The extractive industry is big. Huge in fact. There’s no doubt about that. From houses and their make-up materials, to roads and highways, and everything in between. Quarrying and extractive practices are responsible for the growth and continuat...

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