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The Queensland CCAA EHS Award winners were announced at an industry dinner in Brisbane.

Quarry operator receives top honours in EHS Awards

A quarry operator and cement business have emerged as state winners of an award program that focuses on improving environmental performance and health and safety within the heavy construction materials industry. Read more »
Boral claims it lost $20 million in work due to the CFMEU’s secondary boycott.

Boral takes CFMEU to court over boycott

Boral has taken a union to court over alleged unlawful activity that it claims caused the business to lose millions of dollars in revenue. Read more »
Puma Energy will take over BP’s bitumen facilities and operations.

Major bitumen business rebrands after acquisition

A major Australian bitumen business will be rebranded after its acquisition by an international fuel supplier. Read more »
The Eumungerie quarry has been given conditional approval.

Quarry approved after further consultation

A local council has voted in favour of a sand quarry proposal that was subjected to two rounds of public consultation. Read more »
The planning panel believed the quarry expansion would significantly impact the Pacific Highway upgrade.

Highway upgrade scuttles quarry expansion bid

A state planning panel has rejected a quarry operator’s application to double its production due to the potential impact on a “critical” highway project. Read more »
The new full radio control option allows for safer operation of the Ranger series of drill rigs.

Drill & Blast
New remote control option for drill rigs

Sandvik has added a new radio remote control option to its Ranger series of surface top hammer drill rigs. Read more »
The Terex Cedarapids CRS620S screen plant features the patent-pending LJ-TSV screen.

New Products
Screen plant with adjustable slope

The Terex Cedarapids CRS620S screen plant features patent-pending screening technology that can help increase production. Read more »
The Metso NW106 jaw crushing plant is highly portable and fast to set-up.

Jaw crushing plant with fast, easy set-up

The Metso NW106 portable jaw crushing plant is designed for fast and simple set-up. Read more »
The adapted Contractor 604 mobile screen helps quarry operators precoat aggregate more efficiently.

Mobile screen with precoating function

Precisionscreen has added new functionality to one of its existing mobile screens. Read more »
The Keestrack Giant Bivitec screen features dynamic screen mats that provide optimal screening.

Mobile Plant
Effective screen for problematic material

The Keestrack Giant Bivitec screen available from Screenmasters Australia is effective when handling difficult products. Read more »
The Striker HM1312 is built for extreme conditions.

‘Three-in-one’ crushing plant

The Striker HM1312 plant can be operated as a primary, secondary or tertiary crusher. Read more »
The completion of the “Sky Route” railroad from the stone sheds in Barre to the quarries filled a desperate need of the granite industry.

From the quarry to the grave

Inspecting gravestones might seem like a creepy thing to do on a field trip but, as Bill Langer explains, what better outdoor laboratory could there be for inspecting the weathering of different types of rocks? Read more »


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