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An artist’s impression of the Etopia Gardens, which will be located within an abandoned quarry.

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Quarry pitched as tourist attraction

The advent of a number of recent infrastructure projects has led a local council to reconsider transforming a disused quarry into gardens to attract more tourism. Read more »
The Construction Climate Challenge hosted by Volvo CE is a global initiative that promotes sustainability in the construction industry.

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Applications open for construction sustainability research

Industry members that are passionate about sustainability may be interested in $AUD78,536 of funding that is being offered for environmental research. Read more »
WA Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion said over 1000 tenement holders failed to register for the MRF.

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Rehabilitation fund starts to collect

The quarrying and mining industries have responded positively to a now mandatory state rehabilitation fund but businesses who have not registered will soon have to pay up. Read more »
The quarry industry is an unlikely recruit in the conservation of bumblebees.

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Conservationists excited by new buzz in quarries

A conservation organisation has concluded that quarry sites are “surprisingly useful” for wildlife – particularly bumblebees. Read more »


 


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