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A cross section of the Hornsby Quarry spoil management project by Roads and Maritime Services.

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Spoil management project set to begin at Hornsby Quarry

Preliminary work is set to begin on a long-awaited spoil management project that will progressively fill a disused quarry over a period of more than two years. Read more »
Glen Innes has approved the purchase of a new quarry.

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Regional quarry business set to expand with farmland purchase

A regional council will expand its quarry business after it voted unanimously to approve the purchase of agricultural land that will incorporate a new quarry site. Read more »
Professor Arul Arulrajah and PhD student Teck-Ang Kua, Swinburne University, test coffee grounds in the laboratory.

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Coffee grounds an unlikely binder in road base

Road builders may have to start adding an espresso lane after university engineers developed an alternative to cement using recycled coffee grounds. Read more »
Precisionscreen triple-lip sealed bearings are resistant to contamination by water and dust.

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Water and dust resistant bearings

Precisionscreen’s triple-lip sealed bearings are ideal for any application involving exposure to heavy dust and water contamination. Read more »


 


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