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Conveyor hoods and covers are recommended to mitigate dust emissions.

Managing your assets against dust

Silicosis is one of the three most prevalent occupationally-related dust diseases in Australia. Analysis confirmed more than 1000 pneumoconiosis-related fatalities occurred from 1979 to 2002, 56 per cent of which were caused by asbestosis, 38 per cent by silicosis and six per cent by coal workers pneumoconiosis (CWP). Read more »
Sources of dust during quarrying include soil and overburden removal, extraction through blasting and general material handing operations.

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Seeing is believing: Visual dust monitoring

Dust monitoring is often a regulatory requirement for existing or new quarry operations or extensions to operations. Lucy Hodgins explains how visual dust monitoring can provide a cost-effective way for operations to reduce dust emissions and remain in compliance with regulations. Read more »
Holcim will finally open a blending and distribution centre for construction materials in Sydney’s west.

Work starts at Holcim distribution centre

Holcim will commence work on a new multi-million dollar regional distribution centre - seven years after it was originally proposed. Read more »

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