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Velde Pukk’s newly built stationary plant has known granite reserves of 40 million tonnes. Up in the quarry face, from left, brothers Reidar, Harald and Egil Velde with Sven-Henrik Norman.

Recycling
Why choose manufactured sand?

Operators are focusing more on high quality manufactured as natural sand and gravel extraction becomes less of an option. Read more »
The view of the trial road prior to being filled with the concrete trial mixes, including recycled glass sand.

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Recycled glass possible ingredient in concrete

Boral has completed a study that assessed the performance of recycled glass as a replacement for natural sand in concrete. Read more »
Figure 1. Road construction using ReSand as sub-base (photo courtesy of DAFWA).

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From mine tailings to useful by-products

Mine tailings can now be reprocessed to enhance the environment and provide economical by-products. Read more »


 


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