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A road base made from recycled tyres has recently been tested with promising results at the University of Melbourne.

Rolling towards new road base

Researchers from the University of Melbourne have recently heralded the significance of a project that has created road base from recycled tyres. Read more »
Eriez’s wet drum separators feature strong, effective magnetic elements for the quarrying industry.

Productive wet drum separators

Eriez’s wet drum separators are designed for automatic, continuous recovery of magnetite or ferrosilicon in heavy media operations and concentration of ferrous and weak magnetic ores. Read more »
In beach replenishment, a dredge off-shore will normally pump a water sand slurry through large pipes onto the beach.

Where the sand meets the sea

Natural sand is a diminishing resource around the world, but still in enormous demand. The dwindling of sand supplies is most noticeable on beaches worldwide. Bill Langer discusses how onshore sand quarries may in the future provide some salvation for preserving and rehabilitating our shrinking coastlines. Read more »
The world’s first extra large tyre recycling facility is set to open in Perth next year.

One of a kind tyre recycling plant to open down under

A collaboration between two Australian companies will see the world’s first extra large tyre recycling plant opened next year in Perth, Western Australia. Read more »
University scientists have recently created a road surface out of discarded cigarette butts. Image courtesy: Huffington Post Australia.

No butts about new construction applications

Construction workers may one day get to see their cigarette butts on display now that university researchers say they’ve found a way to create asphalt with discarded butts. Read more »
AIMEX is the largest mining exhibition in the Asia-Pacific region and is held every two years.

Latest industry tech on show

The 2017 Asia-Pacific International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) is expecting more than 300 exhibitors from the quarrying, mining, and service suppliers industries later this month. Read more »
The Rammer 4099 has now replaced the G100 as part of Rammer’s breaker range.

Plant & Equipment
Breaker still going strong seven years, three carriers later

Darling Downs-based Quarry Products is continuing to get excellent performance out of its Rammer G100 breaker seven years after it went into service, and having outlasted three carriers. Subscription required. Read more »
The KVX Penetration teeth are renowned for their physical retention.

Plant & Equipment
GET sets new standards in demolition, recycling

Over the past few years, a line of ground engaging tools have become invaluable for demolition and recycling applications, offering significantly longer life and – most importantly – excellent physical retention that eliminates tooth loss when loading crushers. Subscription required. Read more »
The Lokotrack LT106 is designed for short-term, robust and compact use.

Plant & Equipment
Is the future of crushing sustainable, cost-effective and urban?

With urbanisation accelerating due to population growth around the world, the pressure on quarrying and recycling producers to be smarter and more sustainable intensifies. An innovative mobile solution is being proposed to assist producers in reducing disruption and meeting demand. Subscription required. Read more »
Steinert Australia manufactures a range of overhead suspension magnets including permanent, self-cleaning, stationary or manual cleaning magnets and electro-magnets.

Plant & Equipment
Sensor sorting and metal separation solutions on show

The Australian arm of a global specialist supplier in sensor sorting and metal separation solutions last month demonstrated its expertise to mining and quarrying professionals and media at its Melbourne headquarters. Damian Christie viewed the Steinert KSS sorting system. Subscription required. Read more »
Velde Pukk owns one of the world’s largest, modern and eco-friendly production facilities for crushed rock, asphalt and concrete.

Plant & Equipment
New recycling plant diverts CD&E waste from landfill

One of Norway’s fastest growing quarrying companies has invested in a 300 tph construction, demolition and excavation (CD&E) waste recycling plant, which has the potential to divert up to 600,000 tonnes per year of CD&E materials from landfill. Subscription required. Read more »
A “glass mountain” at Alex Fraser Group’s Laverton North processing plant.

Plant & Equipment
From sand to glass – and back to sand

Recycled aggregates - once thought secondary to virgin quarry products - are now being used more frequently in construction applications. Damian Christie spoke to Alex Fraser managing director Peter Murphy about how the company’s products can benefit the extractive industry. Subscription required. Read more »


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