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Meeting demand for 20mm aggregate reducing

Using smaller aggregate in many applications has many effects on both the environment – and the balance sheet. Read more »
Rod Pearse

Soap Box
A five-pronged approach to climate change

With the failure of binding agreements, reducing emissions doesn’t have a quick fix, but there is a sustainable approach for Australia while protecting its economic base. Read more »

News
Energy waste could prove costly

There are serious savings to be made from waste reduction, both financially and environmentally. Read more »
Discussing the source rock from a recent shot with an excavator operator at Hunua Quarry.

Training
Through the eyes of a graduate

Attracting and retaining graduates is a key issue for the quarrying industry. Read more »

Other
Engineering plastics versatile, durable

With self-lubricating properties and high abrasion and impact resistance qualities, engineering plastics are outstandingly clean and quiet. Read more »
The girl wraps a small square of branded paper and jumping up and down as she works the pump handle, she pushes dynamite down the tube until the paper cylinder is filled to a depth of 3 inches.

Drill & Blast
The beautiful nitro-glycerine ladies

The benefits of the business of dynamite – 19th century style! Read more »


 


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