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Robust jaw crusher -

As one of the most robust machines available on the market, the new JQ1165 track jaw crusher from Striker is ideal for harsh environments.

Purpose-built explosives storage magazine -

Irvine Engineering’s explosives storage magazines offer peace of mind to quarry operators concerned about compliance.

Quality fines retention -

CDE Global’s EvoWash washing plant helps to eliminate loss of quality fines.

Cone with optimal shaping -

TRIO Engineered Products has released its new T350 cone crusher.

Self-cleaning wear liners -

Nepean Rubber’s self-cleaning rubber wear liners offer a simple, effective and affordable solution to chute blockage.


Environment award opens new doors for quarry manager -

Past IQA award recipient Peter Allitt undertook a study trip to Sweden after being recognised in 2012 for his work in promoting environmental care in the workplace. He relates why he found this experience invaluable for his professional development and why other IQA members should also consider applying for the awards.
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Council thwarts plans for Australia’s "biggest" quarry -

One of Australia’s largest councils has again rejected an application by Boral to build a new two million tonnes per annum hard rock quarry on a 220ha greenfield site.

Australia to host official launch of washing plant -

Australia has been selected by an internationally renowned sand plant supplier to host the first of several global open days to promote its wash plant – starting from next week.

Aussie suppliers benefit from Hillhead 2014 -

Australians were amongst the many suppliers who recently came away from the biennial Hillhead trade show with additional knowledge, strengthened business relationships, and new leads.

Quarry pitched as tourist attraction -

The advent of a number of recent infrastructure projects has led a local council to reconsider transforming a disused quarry into gardens to attract more tourism.

Quarry to house dinosaur fossils -

An innovative plan to transform a disused quarry into a geological park and fossil museum has attracted government funding.

Custom-made screens that can deliver on quality -

An Australasian manufacturer of inclined and scalping screens is confident it can improve the quality of service and resources that make imported screens more attractive to buyers. Subscription required.

Editor's Comment

Improving your business doesn’t stop at carbon -

With a new Senate taking office from this month, the dismantling of the carbon tax is assured. However, as Damian Christie cautions, for quarries the regulatory challenges are still there and the industry should still embrace and develop innovation and sustainability to its own advantage.

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