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An asphalt premix containing a high density plastic, courtesy of Alex Fraser Group. The Victorian Government is already encouraging the use of recyclable materials in public projects.

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Public projects may kickstart domestic recycling solution

State governments may be required to spend a percentage of their procurement budgets on recycled materials for public projects, under a new Federal Government proposal. Read more »
(L-R) Orca Civil Products director Alan Travers, Deakin University engineering student Dikshit Modgil and Deakin senior engineering lecturer Riyadh Al-Ameri.

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Researchers’ concrete findings on glass

Researchers at Deakin University’s School of Engineering have developed a new type of concrete made from ground recycled glass. Read more »
The virtual process circuit for TPD’s metal separation products and feeders.

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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 »

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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 »

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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.

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'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.

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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 »

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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 »
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.

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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 »
Reconophalt is poured at the waterfront community of Port Coogee in Western Australia. Image courtesy of Frasers Property.

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Suburban roads paved with sustainable asphalt

Two Western Australian suburban projects are using recycled material to build more sustainable roads. Read more »
Victoria’s Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio in the passenger seat of a truck destined to take the new asphalt plant’s first shipment to a Victorian road project.

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Producer launches dual recycling plants

Alex Fraser Group has officially flicked the switch on its new $20 million glass recycling and sustainable asphalt plants. Read more »
The accident occurred in the 150m deep pit at the BINGO Industries waste disposal operation in Eastern Creek. Image courtesy of the Nine Network.

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Worker fatally buried in former quarry

SafeWork New South Wales has urged caution when working near mobile plant after a bulldozer recently buried two workers under tonnes of waste at a quarry-turned-landfill. Read more »
A 1758-carat diamond was recovered in a Botswanan mine using TOMRA XRT sensor technology.

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Cutting edge tech helps recover huge diamond

One of the largest diamonds in recorded history has recently been recovered in a Botswana mine, courtesy of innovative sorting sensor technology. Read more »
The ‘Long Range’ semi-trash pump has a marine grade aluminium housing and a carbon ceramic mechanical seal.

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Pumping high volumes made easier

The Aussie Pumps ‘Long Range’ semi-trash pump is capable of moving huge quantities of dirty water. Read more »

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Historic site to become 'walkable' suburb

The former Cave Hill Quarry in Lilydale in Victoria’s Yarra Valley is being transformed into a new, vibrant suburb. Tim Robertson visited the site which is now into the second year of a 15-year development project. Read more »

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