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Axion has developed a 7m x 4m thermoplastic bridge in Maine, US.

News
Is recycled plastic a bridge too far?

Axion International, an eco-business operating in New Jersey, has developed a product that could provide a raw material alternative for concrete that reduces carbon emissions and addresses America’s abundance of used plastic bottles in landfill. Read more »
As the market from the Shepton Quarry site is 400,000 to 500,000 tonnes per annum, the decision was made to construct a 400 tph crushing plant.

Crushing
Central highlands makeover

A local council and three contractors have successfully collaborated on a modern, state of the art crushing plant in Queensland’s Central Highlands district. Read more »
A mobile Lokotrack fleet processes concrete debris collected from destroyed buildings in the city of Rikuzen Takada. The project will last three years.

Crushing
Mobile crushers at the Japanese frontline

Twelve months after the earthquake and tsunami that killed over 20,000 people, Metso’s mobile Lokotrack crushers and screens have assisted Japan’s reconstruction efforts. Read more »
The OMNI-IC OM jaw is a heavy-duty machine which incorporate a number of features to yield high performance and long service life.

Crushing
Brazilian jaws, cones built to outperform, outlast

A Queensland-based supplier is introducing the OMNI-IC line of jaw and cone crushers to the local market. Read more »
The QJ341 carries all the features that made its predecessor the QJ340 extremely popular.

Crushing
Mobile jaw crusher undergoes overhaul

Sandvik has launched the new QJ341, the upgraded version of its best selling QJ340 mobile jaw crusher. Read more »
Dial-a-dump’s Kleemann MR 130 ZS EVO tracked impact crusher processes C&D materials at its Alexandria location.

Crushing
Recycling in a single operation

Dial-a-dump Industries is a vertically integrated group of companies providing innovative environmental solutions for the building and construction needs of households through to the largest construction sites. In addition to recycling operations, Dial-a-dump provide a service to collect waste materials and transport to recycling facilities owned by Dial-a-dump around the Sydney region. Read more »


 


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