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The Daracon Group has been told to resubmit its environmental impact statement.

Quarry bid stumbles at environmental hurdle

An application to expand a hard rock quarry has suffered a setback after the operator’s environmental impact statement was deemed inadequate by a state planning authority. Read more »
Aerolite Quarries managing director Ken Jarvis.

Cultural significance claim challenged by quarry applicant

A state government agency will reassess a decision to list land earmarked for a quarry as an Aboriginal sacred site after it was challenged by the applicant. Read more »
Quarry Life Awards participants with Professor Ani Mardiastuti and Hanson staff.

Eco-friendly awards judge visits Aussie quarry

Researchers exploring the biological value of quarry sites have presented their findings to a jury member of an international awards program. Read more »
Daniel Lewis was the only Australian boxer to win a round at Rio 2016.

Quarry worker’s rock solid Olympic performance

A quarry worker has been able to live out his Olympic dream to box for Australia despite the demands of the industry. Read more »
Komatsu currently supplies earthmoving equipment to the mining industry but not specific plant and equipment for mining operations.

Komatsu expands into extractives after multi-billion dollar deal

Komatsu is expanding into the extractive equipment industry following an agreement to purchase Joy Global for $USD3.7 billion ($AUD4.9 billion). Read more »
Caterpillar signed a perpetual licence agreement with Seeing Machines for its Driver Safety System product.

Fatigue alert tech earns record revenue

An Australian suppler of a safety technology that scans drivers’ faces to detect tiredness and inattention expects to celebrate record financial results. Read more »
Melbourne is understandably predicted to be a key area of future demand for quarry resources.

Population growth to double state’s quarry demand

A state’s demand for quarry resources is set to almost double by 2050, according to a new report. Read more »


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