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Anaconda conveyors will be a key part of McLanahan’s new line of modular wash systems.

Plant manufacturers combine forces

Mobile plant specialist Anaconda Equipment has joined the McLanahan Corporation’s family of companies. Read more »
The current tailings dam at the Calder Sand Quarry has reached capacity. Image courtesy of Waratah-Wynyard Council.

Sand operation seeks new tailings dam

The Calder Sand Quarry in Oldina, Tasmania has applied to the Waratah-Wynyard Council for a permit to build a new tailings dam. Read more »
Warner Quarry is located at 107 to 109 Kremzow Road, Warner, Queensland.

Changes to end of life proposal for clay pit

CSR has submitted a notice of change to the development application for its Warner Quarry site in southeast Queensland. Read more »
The project site topography for the proposed Blayney Quarry puts the site next to the Main Western Railway. Future supply into Sydney is a possibility.

Public comment sought for site proposal

The Blayney Shire Council is currently taking submissions on a proposed new site in the Central West region of New South Wales. Read more »
As part of its bid to increase production at its Ardmore Park site, Multiquip Quarries will have to contribute funding to nearby road upgrades.

Consent changes linked to community fund

Multiquip Quarries is pursuing a Voluntary Planning Agreement with Goulburn Mulwaree Council as part of the company’s bid to increase production at its Ardmore Park site. Read more »
The boom in public infrastructure projects, particularly in Melbourne, has contributed to a record production year for the concrete, cement and aggregates industries.

Strong demand drives record production year

More than 30 million cubic metres of pre-mixed concrete were produced across Australia in the 2017 calendar year, according to a survey commissioned by Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia. Read more »
Boral is seeking to modify the road transport limits from its Dunmore Quarry (pictured).

Consent changes sought for Dunmore quarry

Boral is seeking a modification to the current planning consent for transport from its Dunmore quarry in New South Wales. Read more »
Santin Quarry Products, in Blakebrook, NSW, will now be able to expand the rate of extraction at its 15ha site on Rosehill Road (pictured). Image courtesy of Google Maps.

Site’s life expectancy extended to 2036

A northern NSW municipality has granted an application to extend the life of a Blakebrook quarry until 2036. Read more »
Work at Ekibin Quarry, one of Brisbane’s earliest extractive sites, in the 1950s. Photo courtesy of The Courier Mail.

Development plans for former site

The area around Stephens Mountain, Brisbane, which includes the former Ekibin quarry, has been approved for future development. Read more »
A waterfall, built into the rock face, is visible from the terraces of each of the 337 rooms of the new Shimao Wonderland ‘groundscraper’ in Shanghai.

Luxury quarry hotel set to open

After almost 10 years of construction, Shimao Wonderland, a luxury Intercontinental hotel built into a quarry at the base of Tianmen Mountain in Shanghai, China, is finally set to open. Read more »
Penryhn Quarry is one of the few active slate quarries in Wales today.

Slate pits recommended for world heritage status

The quarries of northwest Wales have been nominated for UNESCO World Heritage Site status. Read more »
Two heavy-duty Volvo CE excavators “pirouette” in an Eskilstuna quarry, each with a smaller counterpart in tow.

Hollywood star oversees excavator boot camp

Volvo Construction Equipment has teamed up with Swedish star Dolph Lundgren to showcase its excavators in a stunt-filled mini-movie Pump It Up. Read more »


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