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Victorian quarry operations are eligible to apply for funding to support innovative water projects.

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Smart Water projects to receive $1 million

The Victorian Smart Water Fund has announced that it will make available $1 million in funding to support innovative urban water projects. Read more »
A 165 year old specimen unearthed in a UK quarry is believed to be the forebearer of the Jurassic leedsichthysproblematicus.

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Quarry reels in quite a catch

The fossilised remains of a prehistoric fish have been unearthed in a major archaeological coup at a Hanson quarry. Read more »
Employers matched government contributions dollar for dollar under the NWDF scheme to train, re-train or upskill their workers.

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$12 million available to train workers

An additional $12 million is expected to be available to fund training under the Commonwealth Government’s National Workforce Development Fund (NWDF) for 2012-2013. Read more »
CCAA Chairman Kevin Gluskie presents the Environmental Innovation Award to Keith George of Hanson.

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Water and life savers winners of industry awards

Hanson and Boral were winners at the National CCAA Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Awards, announced as part of the festivities of the Caterpillar Gala Dinner at the recent 2012 Construction Materials Industry Conference (CMIC12) in Melbourne. Read more »
Caterpillar’s new 938K wheel loader was recently on display at CMIC 12.

Load & Haul
Engine redesign for small K series loaders

Cat’s new K series small wheel loaders have been redesigned with engines that meet Stage IIIB/Tier 4 Interim emissions standards. Read more »
Twenty-five fire fighters in four fire trucks rushed to Boral Asphalt’s Narangba plant.

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Tanker blast in Queensland

Boral is investigating an explosion that sparked a fire at one of its bitumen plants in Queensland last week. Read more »
Fuch's Titan Oil

New Products
Specialty oil for modern diesel engines

Specialist lubricant manufacturer Fuchs has products to reduce operating costs for mining contractors. Read more »
ACE Queensland is now less than a fortnight away.

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ACE attracts government approval

Deputy Premier of Queensland Jeff Seeney will officially open the three-day Australian Construction and Equipment Expo Queensland (ACE QLD) on 4 October 2012. Read more »
A quarry owner is threatening to still the waters in the World Stone Skimming Championships.

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World championships in quarry under threat

The World Stone Skimming Championships, held each year in a quarry on a Scottish island, are under threat. Read more »
The combined ZF Liuzhou Axle Co Ltd will make wheel loader axles tailored to the requirements of the Chinese market.

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Axle joint venture for wheel loaders

An Australian axle supplier is set to play an influential part in the Chinese wheel loader market. Read more »
Landfill operator Transpacific is striving for a zero sum waste policy.

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Had our fill of landfill says waste company

Transpacific Industries Group chief executive Kevin Campbell has said that landfill is no longer viable for waste disposal. Read more »
The Federal Government is providing an infrastructure fillip to the Hunter Valley.

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Hunter receives infrastructure boost

The Federal Government, Infrastructure NSW and the Hunter Regional Development Committee have a major infrastructure plan in progress. Read more »
Raw Mental were the opening act at CMIC12.

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Premium industry conference comes full circle

CMIC12 – the fourth joint CCAA/IQA Construction Materials Industry Conference – last week returned to the city where it all began six years ago – Melbourne.  Read more »
Spent fluid cracking catalyst is produced at Mobil and Shell refineries.

Case Studies
Reuse of oil catalyst in cement manufacture

A joint Boral, Shell and Mobil project that used oil industry spent catalyst as a raw material replacement in cement has diverted 4000 tonnes per year of material from landfill, conserved virgin resources and provided cost savings. Brian McGrath reports. Read more »
The recycling and subsequent reuse of crushed rock and glass reduces the demand for virgin materials.

Case Studies
Blending of recycled glass and crushed rock in road pavements

An extensive laboratory testing program in Victoria, with assistance from recycled aggregates producer Alex Fraser Group, has enabled a team of researchers to analyse the suitability of a recycled glass-crushed rock blend as a sub-base material. Read more »

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