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Australia’s national Quarry Life Award winners: second prize winner Kate Stevenson, third prize winner Sophie Malkin and first prize winner Christopher Jones.

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Aussies claim international quarry awards

Australians have been named amongst the winners of an international award that promotes the value of biodiversity in quarries. Read more »
Penrith Lakes’ excavated quarry pits have filled with water to form lakes that could be used for water-based recreational activities after rehabilitation.

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State government releases vision for quarry rehabilitation

The New South Wales Government has called for public input on a draft plan that could result in the gradual transformation of a quarry into a recreational asset for its community. Read more »
Researchers are adapting existing coiled tube drilling rig technology to increase drilling speed and minimise the environmental footprint of borehole drilling.

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Drill research to increase speed, improve safety

A group of university researchers are adapting existing mining techniques to improve the efficiency and safety of borehole drilling while reducing its environmental impact. Read more »


 


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