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CCAA’s NSW policy priorities document identifies key reforms to support the quarry industry.

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Quarry policy priorities highlighted ahead of election

An upcoming state government election has provided the peak body for Australia’s heavy construction materials with an opportunity to highlight important policy priorities for the industry. Read more »
CCAA has outlined a number of policy priorities to help protect quarry resources.

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CCAA calls on new government to prioritise quarries

The peak body for Australia’s heavy construction materials industry has called on a newly-elected state government to improve access to, and increase protection, of quarry resources. Read more »
ISO will develop standards for mining reclamation management that can be applied universally.

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Universal standard proposed to minimise mining impact

An organisation that develops international industry standards has set its sights on reducing the long-term impact of mining, which could have implications for the quarrying industry. Read more »
Lismore City Council replaced the asphalt at a cost of $300,000. Source: Richmond Valley Council.

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Council billed for poor quality product

A quarry owner that supplied defective asphalt product for a roadworks project has had to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to rectify the work. Read more »


 


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