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Prime Creative Media will now publish Quarry Magazine’s print and digital platforms.

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New publisher for Quarry print and digital platforms

A new chapter begins in Quarry Magazine’s 35-year history, as Prime Creative Media takes over the publishing reigns. Read more »
The NSW Regulator is undertaking a three-week targeted intervention program to examine how quarries are managing dust risks.

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Dust risk on the radar of NSW regulators

Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) has contacted the New South Wales industry regulator to better understand the basis for a ‘state-wide blitz’ on dust risk exposure. Read more »
The N-class eccentric screen is a mainstay of any customised Haver & Boecker Niagara crushing plant.

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New mineral processing brand establishes in Australia

A multinational mineral processing provider has introduced its new global brand to Australia, headed by a leader with more than 30 years’ experience in the local mining and aggregates sectors. Read more »
Modern quarrying of Oya stone at Kanehon, Japan. Photo: Vicki L Beyer, japantoday.com

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Pumice the heart of Japanese construction

The world’s most famous quarries attract attention for their part in iconic landmarks, but few are as unique as a series of sites that have supplied centuries’ worth of pumice rock for Japanese construction. Read more »
AIQEF chairman David Cilento (right), flanked by board director Clayton Hill, explains the AIQEF’s new governance structure under the Institute at the recent IQA annual conference in Geelong, Victoria. Photo courtesy of Fallon Photography, photographybyfallon.com

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Education Foundation returns to the IQA fold

The Australian Institute of Quarrying Education Foundation has formed a new governance structure under the Institute of Quarrying Australia, in a move expected to generate savings of up to $50,000. Read more »
Hanson’s Scott Tipping, who has previously raised funds on behalf of RU OK?, will host a panel discussion at the joint CCAA/IQA Quarries & Concrete Safety Seminar about the impact of workplace deaths on mental health.

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Key industry figures to lead safety seminar

The impact of automation, critical control management, dust control and aerial observational data will feature on the agenda of an upcoming construction materials safety seminar in New South Wales. Read more »
Efforts to relocate Alex Fraser’s Clarinda site have to date been unsuccessful.

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Potential shutdown ‘equivalent to loss of a major quarry’

Zoning rules could force Alex Fraser Group to cease operations at its Clarinda site, south-east of Melbourne, unless local authorities grant a 15-year extension to its operating permit. Read more »
A new framework has been developed to assist with site rehab and closure in WA.

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Framework to aid mine site completion

Western Australian quarrying and mining companies now have access to a new set of guidelines designed to lift standards related to successful mine site rehabilitation. Read more »
Crushed waste glass could be superior to sand in geotechnical applications.

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Waste glass a superior alternative for ground improvement

A University of Queensland geotechnical engineering student believes he has pioneered a new double-edged solution using crushed waste glass to strengthen the earth under major construction works. Read more »
Infrastructure WA will advise the government on infrastructure-related issues.

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WA gets new infrastructure advisory body

Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia has welcomed the inception of a new independent body to advise the Western Australian Government as it faces an imposing infrastructure program for the next two decades. Read more »
The Hanson Ripon Quarry extracts some of its material from the River Ure.

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Four-year delay no issue for UK operator

Delays often draw the wrath of quarry operators but a four-year wait for approval failed to perturb a UK company that completed proposed works before officially being granted the green light. Read more »
The new Carlisle Super Arc belt is specifically designed for roller conveyor drives carrying bulk materials.

Conveying
Stress-resistant belts with extended wear life

The Carlisle Super Arc belt has been designed for optimum performance on live/powered roller conveyor drives. Read more »
Weir Minerals’ compact sand washing plant incorporates some of the company’s most globally reputable products.

Environmental Products
Portable sand plant set-up with renowned features

The Weir Minerals sand washing plant is designed to remove excess fines or coarse material in a simple way, providing exceptional washing results while delivering clean, low moisture product for conveying or stockpiling. Read more »
The Trimble Loadrite L3180 SmartScale adjusts for rough terrain, technique, and movement.

Load & Haul
Smart scale for loaders

The Trimble Loadrite L3180 SmartScale offers smarter weighing and intelligent data management options and a more intuitive interface. Read more »
The TG320 spider-bearing cone is part of a crusher line-up comprising up to 10 models for aggregates and recycling applications.

Crushing
Spider-bearing cones for new crusher line-up

The new Cedarapids TG series crusher line-up will be equipped with bronzed bushing spider-bearing cones. Read more »

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