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It was going to be the ultimate in one-upmanship. The two largest quarries servicing the giant $NZD850 million ($AUD800 million) Transmission Gulley motorway project in Wellington, New Zealand – one of the most complex in the nation’s history – were each looking for a way to bring new efficiency to the job and win major business.
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Pressure is on extractive operators globally to employ technologies that reuse water responsibly. Business development managers for a sand washing manufacturer discuss the challenges, costs and logistics of developing a washing plant that satisfies local and international regulations.
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We might not be living in a world made of Lego, but a team of researchers have discovered rocks and icebergs form cube-like shapes when they are broken down.
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Archaeologists from the University of California (UCLA) have discovered the Easter Island heads have intact bodies hidden beneath the surface of the island.
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Komatsu chief executive officer and managing director Sean Taylor has won the Institute of Quarrying’s 2020 Caernarfon Award for his campaign to encourage diversity in the company.
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Past IQA President Wayne Scott has highlighted how construction delays and skyrocketing costs in New Zealand reflect the country’s neglect toward long-term quarry planning.
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Hanson Australia’s Brandy Hill Quarry expansion, near Port Stephens, New South Wales, has been given the green light by the NSW Independent Planning Commission.
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Goulburn Mulwaree Council has advanced a draft housing strategy close to two Boral sites near Highland Way in New South Wales.
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CSR’s modification to its Badgerys Creek clay quarry project in New South Wales has been included in a tranche of projects the State Government is fast-tracking to inject $4.3 billion into the NSW economy.
An ASX-listed bulk materials and logistics giant with expertise in mine and port solutions has in recent years enjoyed enormous success with a suite of earthmoving products encompassing quarry-spec loaders, excavators and dozers. Damian Christie reports.