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The young quarry professionals were given a tour of Fulton Hogan’s Tynong Quarry in Victoria.

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‘Pit to Road’ event educates young professionals

A recent IQA-hosted event offered young quarry professionals a look at the full aggregate supply chain – from the material’s extraction at a quarry to its use in the laying of a new road. Read more »
Sections of Needingworth Quarry have been restored as wetland.

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Insects thrive in quarry wetlands

Award-winning research has shown the blooming of biodiversity at a partially rehabilitated quarry, with a number of rare insect species now calling the site home. Read more »
The criteria will help Daracon develop an EIS for the Martins Creek quarry expansion.

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Hard rock quarry receives environmental criteria

An application to expand a hard rock quarry has progressed one step further after a planning department issued its operator with environmental assessment requirements. Read more »
The report stated that there were 16 fatalities across the Australian mining industry in 2013–14.

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Better training, support key to safety improvements

A state body has identified that better training and support are needed to improve Australia’s “distressing” mining fatality statistics of 2013–14. Read more »
An old photo of Granite Town, the small township that was constructed to house the quarry's employees.

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Community celebrates quarry’s 90th anniversary

A community has celebrated the 90th anniversary of its local quarry as it considers plans to incorporate the story of the site’s heritage into a nearby park. Read more »
The Terex MHS8203 modular horizontal screen features the three-deck LJ-TSV screen.

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Modular horizontal screen

Terex Mineral Processing Systems has expanded its modular product range with the addition of the new MHS8203 horizontal screen. Read more »
The Flexco motorised brush cleaner reduces material build-up on conveyor belts.

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Motorised conveyor cleaning solution

The motorised brush cleaner is Flexco’s latest addition to its range of belt cleaners. Read more »
Locker Group’s woven wire screens are safer than before thanks to a new double-lock press.

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Improved safety on woven wire screens

Locker Group has modified production of its woven wire screens in order to reduce the risk of cuts and abrasions when handling screen media. Read more »
The abrasion-resistant ceramic tips on Kinder’s K-Smartscraper remove 90 per cent of carryback.

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A new concept in primary belt cleaning

Kinder & Co has introduced a new design concept alternative to conventional blade cleaners with its new K-Smartscraper primary belt cleaner. Read more »
The CP 20/80 removes damaging tramp iron from quarry material.

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Effective magnetic contaminant removal

Eriez Magnetics’ suspended permanent magnets offer a number of operating advantages. Read more »
The Dig Day Out featured a 10,000m2 “fit for purpose” site so that attendees could freely test the machines.

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Heavy machinery supplier offers customers hands-on experience

Members of the quarry, extractive and construction industries had the opportunity to personally test out a number of machines during a five-day, outdoor supplier event. Read more »
Boral CEO and managing director Mike Kane says that the ACCC’s illegal conduct has intimidated Boral’s staff and clients and cost its shareholders $10 million.

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ACCC sues union for industrial action against Boral

The Australian competition watchdog has moved to sue a union whose illegal industrial conduct allegedly cost a major building and construction materials supplier $10 million. Read more »


 


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