Opportunities for C&D materials to support growth of global cities

 

Resource recovery and utilising alternative construction materials to support urban growth came under the spotlight as part of a recent Engineering Insights virtual event hosted by wet processing industry experts CDE.

Read more

Penrith Lakes

Black Clay Pit: From sinkhole to community asset

 

Once an integral foundation of the Sydney construction market, the Penrith Lakes area – and in particular a 24ha clay pit within it – has been transformed into a centre for recreation, commerce, education and conservation in the past two decades. 

Read more

Glass-like grains can constantly creep, research says

 

A study has found sand and soil in downhill formations can ‘creep’, despite a lack of disturbance, with an almost liquid-like nature. This has posed a raft of questions for those building, working or living near such materials and geographies.

Read more

Managing regulatory and environmental challenges to extend quarry’s viability

 

A concrete and quarrying producer has successfully sought the assistance of a consultancy and engineering specialist on a variety of complex consent applications. Read more

‘We Built This City’ – GSR under the spotlight

 

As part of CDE Global’s Engineering Insights virtual event, several specialists in the area of construction materials supply and demand convened for a presentation on the growth of global cities.

Read more

©2021 All Rights Reserved. Quarry Magazine is a registered trademark of Prime Creative Media.