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The RM60 is for smaller businesses.

Compact recycling crushers

Rubble Master compact crushers are capable of recycling construction debris and natural stone effectively and on-site.  Read more »
Apart from actors, British suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst also spoke on the stage at Mirfield’s Quarry Theatre.

Monks launch bid to restore quarry

A community of monks, with the assistance of constituents in their shire, has launched a bid to restore a quarry site that has not been used for almost 40 years. Read more »
Queensland Premier Campbell Newman (second from right) presents members of Metso’s Process and Technology Innovation team with the Premier’s Minerals and Energy Award.

Australian innovation team wins export award

A supplier’s process technology and innovation team has been recognised for its delivery of innovative technical solutions to the global resources industry. Read more »
The plant tour included a rundown of the plant’s Programmable Logic Control system and screen displays.

IQA members impress on and off the quarry floor

Institute members recently enjoyed an action-packed day in one of Australia’s biggest wine-growing regions. Read more »
Dubbo Sands will extend the extraction area of its quarry by 11 hectares.

Quarry extension to benefit road works

A voluntary planning agreement will see a sand quarry contribute 60 cents per tonne to a local council in exchange for a site extension. Read more »
A northern NSW quarry operator has settled out of court after it exceeded its extraction limits on aggregate for a government infrastructure project.

Quarry settles out of court for exceeding limits

A quarry business has settled out of court after it was taken before the Land and Environment Court for exceeding its extraction limits.  Read more »
The new construction industry watchdog will have more teeth than its predecessor.

Comeback for building and construction commission

The re-introduction of the Australian Building and Construction Commission will boost investor confidence, according to an industry body. Read more »
The EPA has rejected claims from a northern NSW quarry that it can exceed its extraction licence under a loophole.

Environment agency rejects quarry loophole argument

Three months ago the EPA suspended a quarry's licence for exceeding its extraction limits. The agency has now rejected a legal loophole put up by the quarry owner. Read more »
The new training package specifies assessor requirements.

National skills body approves new training initiative

The national body for industry skills standards has endorsed a new training package for the Australian resources and infrastructure industry. Read more »
The Planning Department recommended the quarry's approval subject to a range of conditions.

Residents flock to oppose Rocla sandmine expansion

Rocla Materials wants to expand one of its operations by 36 hectares to allow for up to 15 million tonnes of sand mined over 30 years. Read more »
Iluka Resources said a large mineral sand resource is contained within the tenements of its latest acquisition.

Australian company buys Sri Lankan sand

Australia's Iluka Resources has purchased a Sri Lankan company in the business of sand mining. Read more »
The Prince Henry Heights quarry gardens were to cost council $60 million  in 2003 that has now reached $84 million.

Proposed quarry gardens put on hold

A plan by a regional council to build a public garden inside a quarry has been put on the backburner. Read more »


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