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The Penrith Lakes quarry team recently farewelled its last truck of sand and gravel. Credit: Phil Rogers, Penrith Press.

Next redevelopment phase begins for century-old quarry

A major quarry operator that has been progressively rehabilitating its site as part of an innovative redevelopment program has delivered its last load. Read more »
The first annual Environmental Management Seminar was attended by more than 100 people.

Positive reception for new quarry enviro event

A new industry event has shone a spotlight on environmental management and innovation in the quarrying and heavy construction materials sectors. Read more »
The WA Government has allocated $10 million towards a C&D recycling incentive scheme. Photo courtesy of the Alex Fraser Group.

State govt launches C&D recycling scheme

A new incentive scheme means quarry operators could soon tap into millions of dollars of state government funding to support their recycling operations. Read more »
The award aims to help conserve and promote biodiversity in quarries.

Awards continue to promote quarry biodiversity

Entries are now open for the third edition of an international research awards program that aims to enhance and increase knowledge of the biological value of quarry sites. Read more »
Boral was recognised for its innovative use of foam to suppress dust at its Orange Grove quarry.

CCAA wraps up 2015 EHS Awards

Cement Concrete Aggregates Australia has announced the final state winners of its prestigious awards, concluding another year of innovation in the areas of environment, health and safety. Read more »


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