HeidelbergCement has received funding to undertake a carbon capture project that aims to capture 95 per cent of carbon dioxide emissions from a cement plant.
New research published by GHD has revealed that natural phenomena exacerbated by climate change, such as droughts, floods and storms could result in a total loss of $452 billion to Australia’s GDP between 2022 and 2050.
The Chuwar coal mine in Ipswich, Qld is the first open-cut coal mine in Queensland to be fully rehabilitated.
Across various industries there is a drive to enhance biodiversity. In line with them is the quarrying industry.
CEMEX’s corporate venture capital and open innovation unit CEMEX Ventures will invest in global venture fund Zacua Ventures.
Orica has entered into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with solar developer Lightsource bp for renewable electricity.
CEMEX will expand trials of zero-emission concrete mixers following successful trials across Europe.
Indigenous contracting business Civil Road & Rail SX5 has taken delivery of a Cat D10T2 dozer for mine rehabilitation services in the Pilbara, WA.
SKF has partnered with industrial process fluids provider Quaker Houghton to help customers achieve circular use of industrial oil.
The Weir Group has submitted new scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions reduction targets to the Science Based Targets Initiative for validation.