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Five young Australian researchers have been selected to complete research at Hanson’s Tweed Sand plant.

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Award to highlight value of quarry sites

Five young Australian researchers have been selected to compete for an international award that aims to raise awareness of the biological value of mining and quarry sites. Read more »
Opportunities abound in the quarrying and extractive industries to create better products or deliver new services.

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Miner receives $1 million tax offset

A coal miner has received $1.1 million to fund geoscience research and development — funding that is also available to companies in quarrying. Read more »
TAFE Western's Orange Campus will use a JCB excavator for competency training and assessment.

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Supplier collaborates on accreditation program for operators

JCB Construction Equipment Australia has worked with TAFE Western on a new program to train and assess operators in the construction, earthmoving and agricultural sectors.  Read more »
James Rowe (right), of Penrice Quarry & Mineral, pictured with SA branch chairman Andrew Wilson. James has recently completed the IQA’s QMCS program and is now a Certified Practicing Quarry Manager.

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Certification critical to national recognition

As the professional body for quarrying and related industries, the IQA has a long-term aim to establish a national system of certification for practitioners in the quarry industry.  Read more »
Soto Group argues minerals production can benefit from quality return engineering.

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Answers to cost-effective R&D closer than you think

The rate of research and development (R&D) across Australia’s industries has slipped in the last 10 years, yet the founder and Managing Director of a longstanding engineering and design company says the ingredients for its revival have never gone away.

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Opportunities abound in the quarrying and extractive industries to create better products or deliver new services.

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Claiming financial support for innovation

Don’t think there are opportunities in the quarrying industry to create better products or deliver new services? Well, think again! Read more »


 


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