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QBC will build its first site at Glyn Rhonwy, Llanberis, and is looking for partners to build and operate the facility.

Electric dreams for disused quarries

Abandoned quarries could be transformed into energy storage facilities and one abandoned pit is leading the way in the UK. Read more »
The local council is questioning an extension application by Gunnedah Quarry Products.

Local council fires legal salvo at quarry

Gunnedah Shire Council is obtaining legal advice over the operations of Gunnedah Quarry Products. Read more »
Orica managing director and CEO Ian Smith has announced the company will contribute $3m to green building materials.

Explosives supplier invests in CO2 capture project

Explosives supplier Orica will invest in a carbon dioxide capture research project to transform emissions into future green building materials. Read more »
Hornsby Council has won a protracted legal battle over its purchase of Hornsby Quarry in 2002.

Council wins valued quarry fight

A local council can finally move on with plans to build at an abandoned quarry more than 10 years after purchasing the land.
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The EPA has suspended a northern NSW quarry business’ environmental licence for exceeding its extraction limit.

Quarry loses licence for exceeding extraction limit

A quarry business has had its licence suspended by the EPA for exceeding its gravel extraction limits.

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