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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 plant design proposed for the production of a high purity silica sand product at VRX Silica’s Arrowsmith and Muchea projects in WA.

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Cost estimates revealed for sand processing plant

VRX Silica Ltd has received an independent process design, engineering and cost estimate for a processing plant at three silica sand projects north of Perth. Read more »
Lincom Group’s environment and process manager Peter Godwin (left) shakes hands with McLanahan’s aggregate systems APAC regional sales manager Neil Treseder at the bauma launch of the UltraWASH modular plant.

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Family-owned company announces partnership with US giant

Australian plant and equipment supplier Lincom Group and multinational sand washing solutions manufacturer McLanahan Corporation have formally announced a new joint venture. Read more »
The Goanna Road Quarry pre-expansion and (inset) surrounding quarries. Source: The Examiner.

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Tasmanian operation seeks to raise production

The Scottsdale Quarry in northeast Tasmania is applying to increase its annual production. Read more »
The current tailings dam at the Calder Sand Quarry has reached capacity. Image courtesy of Waratah-Wynyard Council.

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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 »
As part of its bid to increase production at its Ardmore Park site, Multiquip Quarries will have to contribute funding to nearby road upgrades.

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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 sandstone-constructed Ross Bridge, flanked by the village’s Uniting Church building. Photo courtesy of exploroz.com

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Historic site to become tourist drawcard

A disused Tasmanian sandstone quarry could become a major tourist attraction with an injection of state funds. Read more »
The community consultation with the applicants for the Sutton Forest Quarry Project was hosted by the NSW Ministry of Planning and Environment.

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Ambitious sand project to address public concerns

An application in New South Wales by a consortium that proposes to extract one million tonnes of aggregates annually for 30 years is likely to be delayed by green tape. Read more »
The Ultralok teeth system is just one of ESCO’s short-cycle consumables, such as teeth, shrouds, adaptors, blades and locking systems.

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Weir to spread ESCO’s service wings through merger

The acquisition of a century-old company specialising in cutting edge ground engaging tools will enable it to diversify globally, according to its new owner. Read more »
The US aggregates industry is up in arms after a journalist made inaccurate statements about sand and concrete in a newspaper column.

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Industry professionals refute author’s sand shortage claim

The author of an upcoming book has drawn fierce criticism from US industry professionals based on his opinion piece in the LA Times. Read more »
Young Members Network’ members take in MQG’s Nyora Quarry in South Gippsland, Victoria.

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Pit to product tour provides valuable networking opportunities

A recent event hosted by the IQA offered young quarry professionals a full pit to product sand tour, from extraction at a quarry to its use at two well known facilities. Read more »
A request from Rindean Quarry’s operator to import 240,000 tonnes of fill has been denied. Image courtesy: The Daily Telegraph.

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Sand operator denied fill request

A quarry operator’s request to import around a quarter of a million tonnes of fill for a four-week construction project has been refused by a government planning panel. Read more »
A northern NSW quarry has been fined $15,000 for ‘inadequate’ erosion and sediment controls.

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Quarry fined for failed erosion controls

A New South Wales north coast quarry has been heavily fined after failing to satisfy the Environmental Protection Agency that it had implemented sufficient controls to protect the environment. Read more »
MWS’s centre of excellence, which is being constructed in Ireland, opens in April 2017.

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New manufacturing facility to meet washing plant demand

An international supplier has announced it will open a new state of the art manufacturing facility next year to fulfil demand for its new range of washing equipment. Read more »
There are currently 26,000 Cavex hydrocyclones in operation today globally.

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Supplier marks 20 years of ‘iconic’ brand

A global equipment supplier is celebrating the 20th anniversary of one of its “most iconic brands”. Read more »

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