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Drones are measuring stockpiles, confirming clearance before blasts, monitoring traffic and road conditions, and providing real-time aerial footage.

A new age of robotics and automation

From a miniature robot championship in Texas, to the wide expanses of the Pilbara, to one day possibly the red landscape of Mars, Bill Langer discusses how robotics has become a staple of the extractive industries … Read more »
Typically not an underground machine, Red 5 modified the A45G hauler to fit to mine specifications.

Load & Haul
Mine strikes gold with quarry-spec articulated haulers

A fleet of articulated haul trucks have successfully made the transition from quarrying to underground mining. Read more »

Mine safety: Too much, too far?

Mine safety may seem intimidating, tedious, time-consuming and arduous to quarrying producers. However, as Paul Skidmore explains, it is a positive, inclusive and productive process compared to the horrors of yesteryear. Read more »
Belt covers can contribute to airborne dust reduction and moisture level control.

Dust suppression is beneficial for workers, equipment

The quarrying industry has a good record in protecting workers from dust exposure but there are further options to bolster their health and safety. Read more »
The virtual process circuit for TPD’s metal separation products and feeders.

Case Studies
Separation equipment delivers a higher yield of recyclables

A circuit of metal separators and vibratory feeders is processing 1000 tonnes per month of plastics, metals, textiles and more into end products. Read more »

Case Studies
Sun shines on producer's latest assets

Alex Fraser Group, one of Australia’s largest recycled aggregates producers, has officially flicked the switch on two new $20 million glass recycling and sustainable asphalt plants. Damian Christie was at the opening of the new plant at the company’s integrated recycling site in Melbourne’s west. Read more »

Load & Haul
Flagship excavator for the toughest tasks

Volvo Construction Equipment’s largest excavator is now available in the Australian market. Read more »

Case Studies
Mobile screen caters to the 'green thumb' market

Proving again that quarrying and other primary industries are essential to our social fabric, a quarry-spec mobile screen is making a significant contribution to Australia’s gardening and homeware market. Damian Christie reports. Read more »
DHZ’s 30ha “Häuli” landfill site, near Zurich, Switzerland, is designed for a duration of 40 years.

Case Studies
'Urban mining': A landfill project's site solution

An earthmoving company is using 3D machine control, elevation cut/fill maps and two-way data transfer to monitor and document its landfill and recycling operation. Read more »
An eight-tonne Kubota excavator with an MB Crusher C50 crusher bucket on a residential site.

Crusher bucket, eco-material help slash construction costs

Additive chemicals for recycling spoil, coupled with an excavator attachment, promises savings for residential, commercial and industrial building projects. Read more »

Case Studies
Repurpose It: Carving its niche in recyclables

To paraphrase tuna brand John West, the quarrying industry has operated on the notion the raw materials it rejects is what makes it best. A recycling company is upending that maxim – creating high quality aggregate products from the “fish” the industry rejects. Damian Christie reports. Read more »

President's Desk
Challenging ourselves, our records on safety?

Despite the regulation it abides by and the training and education available, failures in safety are still occurring in the industry. IQA President Clayton Hill queries "Why?" Is it to do with the industry simply being busier? Is the safety message simply not getting out? And what can the industry do to improve that message? Read more »

Editor's Desk
Why can't quarries be recyclers too?

With some exciting projects now under way in the recycled aggregates sector, Damian Christie considers whether governments should be encouraging quarries to diversify their materials handling operations in a bid to ease the issue of supply and counter delays to the approval of new reserves. Read more »
C&D materials are broken up by an excavator and rock hammer and then processed through the Cobra 290 to create a base layer on the site for new concrete roads.

Case Studies
Compact crushers play pivotal roles in recycling jobs

Two compact crushers have proven their worth in recycling operations, including processing materials on-site at one of Terex Corporation’s planned new facilities. Read more »

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