CCAA: COVID-safe construction essential to Australia’s recovery

 

Ken Slattery, the chief executive officer of the peak body for Australia’s heavy construction materials industry, has warned in an opinion piece that the capacity for the industry to be an engine for the nation’s post-pandemic economic recovery is being hindered by snap lockdowns.

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Compact dust suppression units for in-demand mobile market

 

Polo Citrus, which is renowned for its dust suppressant solutions, has adapted to the rising demand for mobile crushing plant in the extractive industry.

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Global quarrying exhibition to be held online

 

As a prelude to its traditional three-day outdoor event, the QMJ Group will deliver a Hillhead quarrying exhibition digitally on 30 and 31 March, 2021.

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Correct equipment key to running a successful recycling business

 

The use of recycled concrete and reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) has grown exponentially on a global scale, offering practical business opportunities for small- to medium-sized crushing contractors. 

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Wodonga quarry opens door to flexibility with washing circuit

 

During COVID-19, quarrying has proven its worth as an essential sector. On the Victorian border, activity has been especially high at Barro Wodonga Quarries, where the set-up of an integrated crushing and washing plant has defied the uncertainty of the pandemic. Damian Christie reports.

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Belt cleaning: just deal with it

 

Why expend any time or effort into cleaning the conveyor belt when it’s only going to become dirty again? As Bradley Owen of Kinder Australia explains, producers that pay close attention to the belt will be able to employ a range of belt cleaning solutions that are cost-effective and enhance the belt’s efficiency.

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