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Maykop Nerud’s stationary washing plant has so far processed over 500,000 tonnes of high quality aggregates and sand for Olympic facilities in Sochi.

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Warm Winter Olympics assisted by sand

As infrastructure works escalate in preparation for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in the sub-tropical Russian city of Sochi, a sand-gravel supplier’s work has also stepped up. Read more »
An aggregate pile being wetted by an external water source at Holcim’s Nickol Bay Quarry.

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Managing sand supply to Barrow Island

To protect its flora and fauna, Western Australia’s Barrow Island has strict quarantine practices for the importation of plant, equipment and building materials. Mary Rose Sidgwick explains how Holcim Australia demonstrated that its supply chain minimises risks to an acceptable level. Read more »
Hydrocyclones are part of an ERAL compact plant, which also includes a dewatering screen, sump and slurry pump.

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Manufactured sand: choosing the right equipment

Manufactured sand is often frowned upon by quarry operators because of its variable grade and quality. However, as Steve Mellor contends, you can produce a consistent manufactured sand with the right equipment. Read more »
Today’s sand plants are typically cyclone and dewatering screen-based.

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Sustainable sand washing: An American perspective

When it comes to sustainable, cost-effective sand washing, investment in the right equipment for each part of the integrated process is vital. John Best explains. Read more »


 


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