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Nubian goats are amongst the flock grazing at a former Californian sand mine.

Environmentally friendly goats employed in quarry

Goats may be the new employees of the future for quarries if a rehabilitation project in the US defies the sceptics. Read more »
The fibrous seed husks from sunflowers may provide an environmental friendly filler for concrete.

A flowery outlook for concrete

Turkey's sunflower industry, the ninth largest producer in the world of sunflowers per tonne per annum, is exploring how to use its leftovers in concrete.

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According to this report, radiation levels in samples taken from NSW quarries may be higher than coal or metal mines.

Radiation results higher for quarries

A recent study into Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) has shown results from quarry product samples were higher than those from metal or coal mines. Read more »
The old Pioneer Hillview Quarry at Arthurs Seat is the only site on Melbourne’s eastern side that meets stringent EPA guidelines for landfill.

Plans submitted for Peninsula landfill

Peninsula Waste Management is submitting plans to transform the former Pioneer Quarries site at Arthurs Seat into a landfill site. Read more »


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