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Extracting lime using solar power has been demonstrated in a proof-of-concept device.

News
Extracting lime with solar power

A new low emission and cheaper method for extracting lime from limestone may be the answer if solar power can be made day and night.
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Alex Fraser’s Melbourne Recycling plant in Laverton, Victoria.

Crushing
Recycling and quarrying: From competition to complementarity

Where recycled aggregate production was once considered the poor, distant cousin of quarrying, today the lines have converged. The recycled aggregate industry is now an important slice of the quarrying pie. Damian Christie spoke to members of the recycled aggregates industry about its evolution and maturity. Read more »
The two new TeleStacker units consist of 42m long x 900mm wide and 46m long x 900mm wide telescoping conveyors to suit Alex Fraser’s new site layout and stockpile capacity requirements.

Conveying
C&D recycler rolls out telescopic conveyors

As part of its new concrete recycling plant and pugmill, Alex Fraser Group has chosen two new TeleStacker conveyors for its stockpiling operations. Read more »
A Mobiscreen MS 19 D triple deck screen processes C&D  materials at Procrush’s Burleigh Heads facility.

Crushing
Triple deck screen put to work in Burleigh

Procrush, a leading concrete recycler established in 2007, recently turned to Tricon Mining Equipment, a family owned and operated business trading in eastern Australia for help. Read more »
The ELKON reclaimer can be used on either wash water from the plant or surplus concrete from returning truck mixers, and separates the light cement/water mix from the denser sand and gravel mixture.

Crushing
Reclaimer to suit large and small operations

With the recovery of unused and surplus concrete assuming greater importance, both from financial and environmental perspectives, Rocktec Australia have solutions for both small and large operations. Read more »
A high powered wide field magnet is used to remove tramp iron effectively.

Crushing
Ports feel the pull of magnets

Steinert’s Boomerang magnets remove ferrous tramp metal from bulk materials such as coal and are located at ship loading facilities at key export terminals on Australia’s east coast. Read more »
Simex crusher buckets deliver low cost on-site processing by sizing materials into stockpiles.

Attachments
Breakers, attachments go to work on waste levy

Urban renewal and ever expanding commercial projects have pushed the demolition industry into overdrive. Good for industry, bad for waste. Read more »
The Powerscreen XR400S is one of the first units in the US to be fitted with a Tier IV Scania engine.

Crushing
‘Hungry’ Crusher assists demolition Contractor

A US C&D contractor receives a new mobile crusher with an insatiable craving for concrete rubble and a host of user and emissions friendly features. Read more »
Materials such as bricks and concrete, just like in this picking shed, can be crushed and turned into a recycled concrete aggregate product ready for reuse in the construction of new roads or buildings.

Crushing
Recycled aggregates underpin sustainable Olympics

Thanks to London’s preparations for the Olympic Games later this month, recycled aggregates now have “street cred” in the UK – and London is loudly declaring the Games of the 30th Olympiad the most sustainable games ever. Read more »


 


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