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The new plant transforms CO<sub>2</sub> from a gas into a solid that can be used to make construction materials such as cement bricks.

Breakthrough in ‘green’ building materials

Researchers are one step closer to “disposing” of captured CO2 in building materials after the activation of a carbon conversion plant. Read more »
The research is expected to prevent major accidents such as the 2012 embankment collapse that caused the Morwell River to flood the Yallourn mine. Image courtesy: <em>ABC Gippsland</em>.

Researchers study open-cut mine stability

A new research project on batter stability has been launched as part of efforts to improve open-cut mine safety. Read more »
Tylden Quarry has been approved to expand but under a revised set of conditions.

Quarry to more than triple in size

A quarry has been given the green light to more than triple the size of its operation, albeit with certain modifications to its original expansion plans. Read more »
Terex’s new global parts facility has been fitted with “leading edge” technology to ensure the efficient expedition of all orders.

Major quarry supplier opens new global parts facility

A major international quarry plant supplier has opened a new global parts facility that could have flow-on benefits for Australian quarry customers. Read more »


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