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Appropriate fire management plans are recommended and should be part of the quarry safety plans.

The five elements of environmental quarry management

The five elements of nature are an easy step by step guide to environmental management in the quarry industry. Read more »
Clay wall liner under construction.

Environmental News
From making to filling holes

Boral’s Waste Solutions division is now converting old quarry voids into landfill for waste disposal and renewable energy. Read more »
Banksia woodland plant communities are  among the most biodiverse woodland types in Australia.

Environmental News
Ecological restoration in a biodiversity hotspot

A scheme to restore 280 plants species in the diverse Banksia woodlands outside Perth has had some very positive outcomes 15 years on. Read more »
The interior of a mobile Nirox trommel (rotary) screen.

Plant & Equipment
Choosing screens and feeders

Although they have their similarities, screens and feeders are distinctly different and have specialised applications. Read more »
Chris Rutledge, Elvin Group’s General Manager, with the new WA200PT-6 wheel loader.

Load & Haul
Reputation and quality the key to loader’s success

Award winning concrete supplier Elvin group, chose a Komatsu loader due to its reputation for high quality machinery. Read more »
Perfect payload: a Cat 777F travels out of the pit on a well-maintained haul road.

Load & Haul
Optimising payloads yields results

The sound of gears changing as a quarry truck tackles an incline out of the pit is the sound of productivity lost from poorly constructed and neglected haul road. Read more »
The RC290LC-9 is clearing willow trees in and around river banks  in an effort to restore the vital water sources in the Yass region.

Load & Haul
Australia’s first Dash 9 immediate success

ELC was delivered Australia’s first Dash 9 excavator, after one month of operation, it ordered a second. Read more »
The failure of a plant to perform at design capacity means a loss of production and profit.

The changing face of project delivery

Since the start of this decade, the project delivery of major mining and quarrying infrastructure projects has been largely collaborative between parties. Will a changing economic climate affect this style? Read more »

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