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The fully operational model crushes actual quarried stone sourced from a local site. Image credit: The Advocate.

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Working model quarry delights young and old

A working model of a quarry will be exhibited next month, providing the general public with an accessible way to understand the extractive industries. Read more »
John Stanton, President of the IQA

Load & Haul
Technologies change but customers’ expectations remain the same

While new technologies are making load and haul duties quicker, more efficient and less cumbersome, the challenge to satisfy customer expectations has always remained the same. John Stanton discusses the evolution of earthmoving machinery over the last century. Read more »
About 85 per cent of the aggregate produced by Front Range Aggregates leaves the plant by rail.

Geology
R is for Rocksicle

On his circuit of the A-Z of quarrying terms, Bill Langer visits a Colorado aggregate rail operation to learn how it manages and transports its end product and ensures the aggregate does not freeze into “rocksicles”. Read more »


 

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