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Sutton Forest Quarry Pty Ltd is proposing a 39ha sand quarry.

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Sand quarry on the table

Plans are underway for what could be one of Australia’s largest sand quarries. Read more »
The future of Boral’s Reedy Creek quarry application is now in the hands of Queensland Coordinator-General.

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Gold Coast rejects Boral application

The Gold Coast City Council has rejected Boral’s proposal for a quarry at Reedy Creek but the Queensland Government may yet have the final word on the matter. Read more »
An Orange quarry business has been penalised after pleading guilty to operating without a licence.

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Business convicted for operating without a licence

A quarry-related business has been convicted and fined for operating without a licence following action brought on by the Environmental Protection Authority. Read more »
Boral has invested in a CDE EvoWash 101 fines recovery sand plant at Moora, north of Perth.

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Supplier joins forces with Boral on silica recycling

An Australian construction materials company has reaped cost reductions through waste fines recovery and water treatment. Read more »
The ZH210 hybrid’s TRIAS-HX system utilises regenerated electric and hydraulic power with swing momentum.

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Hybrid range Eases into the Australian market

Hitachi Construction Machinery Australia has announced the arrival of the first two Hitachi hybrid excavators in Australia. Duke Contracting on the east coast and Reilly Contractors on the west coast have both received new Hitachi ZH210 hybrid excavators. Read more »
Overlooking a quarry can be a positive not only a negative. Photo courtesy of Central Western Daily News.

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Scenic view over quarry

A disused quarry will become a private lake for 14 households if a unique real estate opportunity is given the go ahead by Orange City Council. Read more »

A little bit of lateral thinking, with the help of a quarry, got this corn farmer his first crop of corn.

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Quarry stimulates corn growth

A quarry has enabled a Virginia farmer to finally get his crop of corn on the market. Read more »

Julie Lovisa has developed a mathematical model to tell when reclaimed sand is suitable for development.

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Transforming mud into suitable land materials

A Queensland engineer can now predict how long it takes for dredged mud to become land suitable for development. Read more »
Bunnings has won the right to develop the old Keperra Quarry into a hardware store.

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Former quarry becomes a Bunnings

A local council has approved an application by a hardware giant to redevelop an old Brisbane quarry site. Read more »


 


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