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Western Australia’s first Indigenous quarry will supply ballast for the Koodaideri mine’s 170km rail line.

News
Indigenous-run quarry to supply Rio Tinto mine build

Western Australia’s first Indigenous-owned and operated quarry will be established to supply railway ballast for a $3.5 billion Rio Tinto mine in the region. Read more »
Newcastle Sand is set to construct its Williamtown sand mine after reaching a settlement with residents. It already has loaders ready to go in the yard.

News
Settlement paves way for sand project

An operator in the Port Stephens area is set to commence construction of a 42ha quarry after successful mediation with neighbouring residents. Read more »
An asphalt premix containing a high density plastic, courtesy of Alex Fraser Group. The Victorian Government is already encouraging the use of recyclable materials in public projects.

News
Public projects may kickstart domestic recycling solution

State governments may be required to spend a percentage of their procurement budgets on recycled materials for public projects, under a new Federal Government proposal. Read more »
Engineered wetlands (foreground) near the former Baldwin’s Quarry site (background) protect the Whangamarino Heritage Wetlands (right) from industrial run-off.

News
Commitment to protected wetland nets prestigious award

A Kiwi quarry operator who engineered a wetland filtration system to prevent run-off in his quarry polluting an adjacent world heritage conservation site has received the Institute of Quarrying’s most prestigious award. Read more »
Hanson’s Dave Leahy and Nick Dennis, with MP Leeanne Enoch, accept the Queensland environmental award for a stormwater project at Wolffdene Quarry.

News
Big players dominate innovation awards

Industry heavy hitters Boral and Hanson have featured prominently at the state level 2019 CCAA Innovation Awards. Read more »

Crushing
Choosing the right cone crusher for your application

Not every cone crusher is equal, depending on the application, but they can be adapted for highly competitive uses. Read more »
Holcim’s maintenance supervisor Stuart Daly (left) with Avweld sales engineer David Camilleri.

Conveying
Long life, wear resistant pipe outperforms expectations

A weld overlay pipe has provided labour and material savings for a Holcim operation. Read more »
The variopactor’s modular design enables it to be easily adapted to a wide variety of applications.

Crushing
Reversible impact crusher promises 'all in one' solution

The variopactor is a newly developed impact crusher for medium-hard to hard rock applications that can be easily integrated into existing equipment. Read more »
The five key elements of emotional intelligence.

Education
Emotional intelligence: A key to organisational success

For organisations – and the individuals working within them – to thrive today, they should adopt a dedicated approach that takes everyone on the same narrative. Mike Cameron outlines the importance of emotional intelligence to the creation of a successful organisational culture. Read more »
Resembling a mosquito in shape, InSight is the new ‘guy’ on Mars!

Geology
Exploring the geology of Mars

For the past decade, NASA has had a series of roving robots exploring the Martian landscape for remote signs of life. Bill Langer discusses the work these robots have done for geology in the process. Read more »
The N-class eccentric screen is a mainstay of any customised Haver & Boecker Niagara crushing plant.

Conveying
Turnkey solutions for primary crushing plant systems

An OEM is working with aggregate producers to provide turnkey systems to individual specifications. Read more »

Case Studies
Block unit overhaul beats bearing, shaft failures

A Hanson operation in the central west of New South Wales has turned to solid block housed units to address numerous bearing and shaft failures in its conveyor tail pulleys. Read more »
Cameron Portelli is Kinder’s senior mechanical engineer and leads the company’s engineering team.

Case Studies
Innovative engineering design for productivity, safety

An engineering team for a family-owned materials handling business is providing quarrying producers with comprehensive recommendations on the correct installation of conveyor components. Read more »
A bird’s-eye view of Boral’s Charlton Quarry.

Case Studies
Victorian operation leads way in intelligent motor control

A Boral quarry has successfully updated legacy equipment with the latest motor control technology. Read more »

Case Studies
Hire fleet plays ongoing role in coal mine rehabilitation

Four years ago, Quarry highlighted Delta Rent’s plant and equipment hire service at the Hazelwood power station and open cut mine in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley. Damian Christie re-examines Delta’s role today as the site undergoes extensive rehabilitation. Read more »

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