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An Osborn modular crushing plant is available through Astec Australia.

Conveying
Is modular the answer?

After a period of inactivity, modular crushing and screening plants are back in vogue in the quarrying market. Damian Christie canvassed three suppliers to the industry about the pros and cons of modular plant. Read more »
Doosan’s DL500 wheel loader has more grunt.

Load & Haul
Doosan wheel loader improved performance

The DL500 wheel loader has a better engine, improved comfort and it’s stronger. Read more »
The S190 TD has the highest combined screening area across three decks.

Mobile Plant
Two great choices in triple decks

McCloskey’s triple deck high energy screens – the S190 TD and S130 TD - are cost-effective top of the range models. Read more »
Ten workers have been killed in an explosion at a Chinese quarry.

News
Explosives kill 10 in Chinese quarry

A truck carrying more than seven tonnes of explosives blew up at a quarry in southern China last week, killing 10 people and injuring 18 others. Read more »
After a long-winded process, NGL Sands finally has the green light.

News
Long-winded WA quarry expansion approved

A Western Australian sand operation has been granted the right to expand its operations despite initial red tape by the local council and the vociferious protests of near neighbours. Read more »
Caterpillar is opening a new parts distribution centre on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

News
Caterpillar to build Gold Coast parts centre

Caterpillar announced plans for a new parts distribution centre in Yatala, Australia that is located between Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Read more »
Simon Ridge urges mining and quarrying operators to review new health and safety regulations.

News
Call to review OH&S regs for WA

The Department of Mines and Petroleum’s (DMP) top safety expert is urging mining industry operators to review proposed new health and safety regulations for Western Australia. Read more »
Ross Batstone: Boral has shed 950 staff and contractors in the last two years.

News
Boral profits up but jobs cut

Despite building products group Boral increasing its full year profit by 5.3 per cent, the company is to continue with job cuts. Read more »
Andrew Powell warns that company directors must take environmental responsibilities seriously.

News
Queensland quarry operator fined $75,000

The director of a Coominya sand quarry company in Queensland has been fined $75,000 for his role in poor water management at the quarry. Read more »
The H type ISO-Veyor is ideal for all types of cement, limestone, ash and a wide range of minerals.

Load & Haul
Portable containers for construction materials

ISO-Veyors are versatile intermodal containers for transportation and storage of materials such as cement, lime, gypsum and fly ash. Read more »
Beaconsfield survivor Brant Webb will speak as part of a panel discussion on mining safety at M&E in Newcastle.

News
Beaconsfield miner to speak at M&E NSW

Brant Webb, survivor of Tasmania’s Beaconsfield gold mine tragedy in 2006, is part of the Safety Day at the Mining & Engineering NSW exhibition in Newcastle this week. Read more »
Landfill operators are disappointed that some of their sites do not qualify under the Federal Government's carbon farming initiative.

News
Landfill operators say it’s a carbon backflip

Landfill operators say the Gillard government has done a last-minute backflip on carbon credits and is wasting the chance to cut Australia’s annual greenhouse emissions. Read more »
PaleoJoe’s groups are just every day families who want to fossick around, find some fossils and take them home.

News
Fossils and finds at Lafarge Quarry

Joseph J “PaleoJoe” Kchodl is a US palaeontologist on a mission – to introduce people to palaeontology and if that means taking them to a quarry, that’s all in a day’s work. Read more »
Norman Moore: Confident the MRF is a more flexible and cost-effective system for industry.

News
New mining rehabilitation fund for WA

The Western Australian state government has announced that it will establish a new fund to replace the environmental bond system for mine rehabilitation. Read more »
BIS Shrapnel reports that maintenance spending today is not keeping pace with investment in public infrastructure in the past decade.

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More spending needed for infrastructure

Not enough money is being spent on maintaining Australia's roads, railways and utilities, a private sector research group says. Read more »

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