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The endangered snail is less than 2mm in size. Source: J.J. Vermeulen and M.E. Marzuki.

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Tiny snail named after cement giant

A new species of snail found near a quarry has been named after the site’s operator – global cement giant Lafarge. Read more »
Latrobe Valley Sands is adopting a new excavation technique to increase output and water efficiency.

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State govt funds quarry’s new excavation technique

A sand quarry has received government funding to support its expansion and transition to an excavation technique that would significantly reduce its water use. Read more »
The Hernani quarry has been approved to increase its extraction rate.

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Quarry expansion approved despite ‘hysteria’

Despite community “hysteria”, a quarry has succeeded in gaining approval to increase its extraction rate. Read more »
The study showed woody debris could be critical for the recolonisation of rehabilitated mine sites.

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Woody ‘clumps’ may improve quarry rehabilitation

Local research has indicated that woody material could play a part in helping reptiles and mammals successfully recolonise rehabilitated mine sites – including quarries. Read more »
Boral made a significant recovery from its losses last year with a 64 per cent profit increase.

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Housing activity contributes to strong Boral comeback

Improving conditions in the residential construction sector have contributed towards a significant profit hike for Boral as it recovers from losses in 2013. Read more »
The TWS open days in Dubbo featured Dubbo Sands’ newly installed Aggresand 165 wash plant.

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Sand plant supplier kicks off open day series

An international sand plant supplier recently unveiled a new wash plant in Australia to wide acclaim. Read more »
A number of international inspectors toured Farleigh Quarry, one of the safest quarries in Queensland.

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Aussie quarry impresses international mine inspectors

A delegation of international inspectors gained insight into the operation of one of Australia’s safest quarries during a recent visit. Read more »
WA is currently developing new safety legislation that will be less prescriptive.

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State puts site safety back into operator hands

A state government is currently developing new safety legislation that will place more responsibility on quarry operators to manage risks and hazards on their work sites. Read more »
CMIC14 has launched its first event app.

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CMIC14 launches new app

Delegates attending this year’s Construction Materials Industry Conference in Brisbane will be able to better prepare for and organise themselves at the event using a new app. Read more »
Attendees were given a close up look at the Cat 336E H hybrid excavator.

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Global experts endorse hybrid technology

Experts from a global construction and mining equipment manufacturing company have recently convened in Australia for a panel discussion on how hybrid technology has changed the heavy construction industry. Read more »
Nepean Rubber’s side seals help prevent the escape of fugitive material during screening.

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Side seals to prevent product contamination

Nepean Rubber’s side seals help to prevent product contamination during the screening process. Read more »
AquaCycle reduces washing plant water requirements by up to 90 per cent.

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Efficient primary stage water treatment system

CDE Global’s AquaCycle thickener offers efficient primary stage water treatment specifically for quarry, sand and recycling processes. Read more »


 


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