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The proposed West Mooreville Quarry is located 7km southwest of Burnie, Tasmania.

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EPA backs new Tasmanian quarry

The Tasmanian Environmental Protection Authority has supported a plan by Wacks Crushing to convert a non-commercial gravel pit into an operational quarry with some conditions. Read more »
McCloskey International’s C44 mobile cone crusher in operation. Despite the Metso acquisition, the McCloskey brand will continue in its own right.

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Metso acquires McCloskey in landmark deal

Metso has signed a $CAD420 million ($AUD457 million) agreement to acquire McCloskey International in a deal designed to expand its product offering and client base. 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 »
Personnel from Komatsu, Cummins, Rio Tinto, and other project and service providers, celebrate the delivery of the 100th MCRS repower engine module.

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Mental health wins in engine program milestone

Komatsu Australia and engine supplier Cummins have helped raise more than $19,000 for mental health after reaching a major milestone with Rio Tinto. Read more »
The former Puketutu Island quarry will be filled with 4.4 million tonnes of biosolids.

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From quarry to human dung hole

A former quarry on a sacred Maori island in New Zealand is being rehabilitated in a world first biosolids project – using treated human faeces. Read more »
The former Harkaway Quarry pit has been transformed into a lake.

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Former quarry expected to fetch record price

A former Hanson-owned and operated bluestone quarry in Melbourne’s southeast is up for sale and may attract record bids. Read more »
thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions’ new Brisbane service centre officially opened on 14 May.

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Leading supplier opens new service centre

Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions has opened a new service centre in Brisbane that will specialise in wear and spare parts, equipment refurbishments, and other services. Read more »
The Quarry Amphitheatre has significant value as the only former limestone quarry that has been adapted for re-use as a performance venue in Western Australia.

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Theatrical venue to be heritage listed

Quarry Amphitheatre, a performance venue set in a former limestone quarry in City Beach, Western Australia, will be added to the State Register of Heritage Places. 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 »
Granite from Stony Creek Quarry features prominently in the Statue of Liberty Museum. (Source: Shore Line Times)

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Historic granite site comes full circle in new project

A quarry that famously supplied pink granite for the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty has been re-enlisted to supply the stone for a new museum honouring the monument. Read more »
The council-owned Kiwi Point Quarry has been operated by Holcim New Zealand in the Ngauranga Gorge since 2009.

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Expansion plans greenlit for mountain side quarry

The Wellington City Council has approved plans to expand Kiwi Point Quarry, 10km north of the New Zealand capital. Read more »
The Wiradjuri Traditional Owners at the formal gazettal of the Bomen Axe Quarry in 2011.

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Council seeks feedback on land bordering Indigenous quarry

Wagga Wagga Council is currently undertaking community consultation on proposed plans to develop an area of council-owned land adjacent to the Bomen Axe Quarry. Read more »
An aerial survey of the proposed Karuah South Quarry. Image courtesy of the Port Stephens Examiner.

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Council seeks community input for new site

The New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment is seeking community feedback on a proposed new quarry in Karuah in the Hunter region. Read more »

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