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The geodesic biome domes at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK. The project is at an old clay pit that was a working quarry for 160 years.

Case Studies
Bruce Harvey: Quarry repurposing and regeneration

While there are international examples of quarries succeeding in their post-working lives, Australia has generally been behind the curve. Bruce Harvey explains how extractive companies, regulators and communities can collaborate on innovative post-closure uses for extractive sites. Read more »
(Left) Tsurumi’s new lightweight, slimline NK series submersible handles light slurries. (Right) The KTZ411 has proved a sound investment for smart plant operators, by increasing production and reducing costs.

Maintenance
Submersible pump solutions for abrasive applications

A series of submersible pumps have been developed for batch plant and construction site applications. Read more »
Germany’s first Lokotrack LT220D cone and screen plant crushes and screens basalt and lava at capacities of up to 250 tonnes per hour.

Crushing
'Two-in-one' unit provides plant economy for basalt operation

A German aggregates business has begun revamping its business model - with the aim of changing from stationary to mobile crushing and screening processes. Read more »
Fulton Hogan has taken its portable crushers – the Kleemann MC09S cone (left) and the MC 110Z EVO jaw – to the Canterbury river plains, where the rocks are a bigger challenge to crush.

Crushing
'Power' of three: Crushers tackle alluvial plains

A Fulton Hogan quarrying operation has achieved a lift in productivity with the addition of three new mobile crushers. Mary Searle Bell reports. Read more »
The Keestrack R3e compact impact crusher

Crushing
Going electric: Hybrid crusher wins innovation prize

A hybrid diesel/electric-powered tracked impact crusher receives the prestigious Red Dot Award for outstanding design. Read more »

Crushing
Compact crushers, screens impress at live demos

The global Terex company’s involvement in the quarrying application spans more than 80 years. After manufacturing and distributing numerous reputable mobile brands, Terex has developed a portfolio of crushing and screening solutions for smaller aggregate and recycling producers. Read more »
A demonstration plant of Energy Vault's concrete block energy retrieval system has been erected in Biasca, Switzerland.

News
Concrete plans to store energy unveiled

An alternative to pumped hydro technology – using recycled concrete blocks hoisted on a crane – has been offered by an overseas start-up. Read more »

Education
The NEG: is it a viable energy policy?

It’s the policy that figuratively ended the career of another Prime Minister. But what was the National Energy Guarantee? Dr Kerry Schott spoke to Damian Christie about what the NEG could mean for the extractive industry. Read more »
The Tsurumi LH series high head 316 grade stainless steel pumps are suitable for extractive applications.

Maintenance
Self-priming, submersible innovations for extractive applications

Why self-priming and submersible pumps are proving invaluable in dewatering and applications. Read more »
Alex Fraser’s asphalt crew laying down PolyPave in Stanley Street, Richmond.

News
Plastic, glass paves the way for ‘greener’ roads

A new, sustainable asphalt product containing recycled plastic, glass and asphalt has been successfully trialled in Melbourne’s City of Yarra precinct. Read more »
An Austroads study has recommended non-standard materials be used for rural roads.

News
Alternative materials for rural road construction

Road traffic peak body Austroads has published a report on the use of non-standard materials for rural roads. These alternative materials could lower pressures on the supply of virgin aggregate.
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News
Back-up site approved for council waste

A New South Wales-owned council quarry is expected to be available for landfill for several decades, five years after it was initially granted a planning approval. Read more »


 


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