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The proposed quarry site at Napoleon Reef is said to be “extremely rare” due to the high quality of its siltstone resource.

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Council approves quarry ahead of supply shortfall

A local council has approved a new quarry proposal ahead of an anticipated hard rock material shortfall. Read more »
The proposed Brickworks plant would produce 600,000 tonnes per annum of lightweight aggregate.

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Application lodged for ‘lightweight aggregate’ plant

A building products manufacturer has applied to construct a processing facility that would produce a material half the weight of traditional aggregate. Read more »
Gordyn & Palmer won a NECA Excellence Award for the plant it designed and installed at Barro Group’s Mountain View Quarries site.

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Award win for innovative quarry plant design

The combined expertise of two industrial automation solutions providers has resulted in the development of an award-winning quarry processing plant. Read more »
Consult Australia hopes the competition will draw out infrastructure ideas as visionary as the Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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New comp seeks ‘next big idea’ for major city

A new competition is encouraging innovative ideas for major infrastructure projects, which could present supply opportunities for the quarrying industry in future. Read more »
CCSU Professor Kenneth Feder believes the ancient soapstone quarry captures the moment when industry shifted to ceramic technology. Source: The CCSU Courier.

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Ancient quarry offers clues on cultural shift

An ancient quarry is believed to provide a snapshot of the moment when industry adopted new technology for cooking vessel manufacturing. Read more »
Rocla’s Calga quarry expansion application has been refused on the grounds that it may destroy Aboriginal cultural heritage.

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Court blow for sand quarry expansion

A court has ruled that a sand quarry extension project be refused in order to preserve Aboriginal cultural heritage. Read more »
The proposed Coraki Quarry would be co-located on land associated with the existing Petersons Quarry.

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New quarry proposed to supply major highway upgrade

A one million tonne per annum greenfield basalt quarry is the latest project proposed to supply material for a major highway upgrade. Read more »
Komatsu’s range of component management options are designed to help operators cut costs, minimise downtime and increase efficiency.

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Supplier increases focus on component management

An equipment manufacturer has increased the flexibility of its component solutions range in response to the quarry industry’s evolving needs. Read more »
The NSW DPI has reinforced the fencing at an old quarry in a bid to prevent trespassing.

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Quarry security strengthened to dissuade trespassers

A state government department has reinforced security at an old quarry known amongst its local community as a popular swimming hole. Read more »
An old quarry has become popular amongst tourists. Photo © Kyodo.

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Underground quarry lake popular amongst tourists

An old quarry is attracting adventurous tourists that are eager to explore its cavernous depths and underground lake. Read more »
Joest Australia’s screens have a long service life.

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Large screens with twin shaft drives

Joest Australia’s screens are suited to quarry operators that value high capacity and reliability. Read more »
Capotex conveyor belt covers are lightweight and easy to install.

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Conveyor belt covers reduce dust, noise

Kinder Australia’s extensive range of Capotex conveyor belt covers can help quarry operators meet environmental compliance requirements. Read more »


 


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