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Paul Wostov believes his technology could bore 10 times deeper than traditional drills. Image courtesy: Paul Rivenberg.

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This is not a drill: new tech “melts” rock

New technology that bores holes in rock by melting or vaporising it could one day provide an alternative to traditional drilling, according to researchers. Read more »
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment said it contacted Blakebrook Quarry several times before issuing a fine.

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Council-run quarry hit with another unwanted bill

A council-owned quarry has been fined $15,000 after it neglected to provide a groundwater assessment to the government. Read more »
Professor Arul Arulrajah (left) and PhD student Teck-Ang Kua, Swinburne University,  test coffee grounds in the laboratory.

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Recycled coffee grounds an unlikely binder in road base

Could coffee ground waste play an unlikely role in the make-up of roads and highways? Professor Arul Arulrajah spoke to Damian Christie about the first phase of a project to use coffee ground waste as a substitute for Portland cement in creating an alternative road sub-base. Read more »


 


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