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Metso Outotec enhances on-site employee skillsets

Metso Outotec has announced its global training certification program for its field services professionals, which include employees operating at quarry sites.
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SA safety authority redefines mine managers regulations

  SafeWork South Australia has announced that effective from 2021, additional mine manager competency requirements now apply for quarry professionals.
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Surface crawler rig provides alternative for the local market

RTDrill has unveiled its latest down the hole (DTH) hammer drill rig, the RTD32, which is now available across Australia through CRAM.
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How sustainable surface water management can help quarries go green

  The commercial viability of an extractive project, such as a quarry, does not need to be at odds with …
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Victorian quarry production shows slight boost

Victoria’s quarry industry has maintained steady production volume and sales in 2020, according to Earth Resources Regulation‘s 2019-20 annual statistics report.
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Greater Sydney construction materials report released

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment (NSW DPE) has released a study of the supply and demand profile for construction materials in the Greater Sydney Region.
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IQA Conference supporters eligible for government grant

The Institute of Quarrying Australia's (IQA) 2021 National Conference is eligible for Austrade’s Business Events Grants Program.
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WesTrac, Daracon partner with Indigenous earthmoving company

An Indigenous civil earthmoving company has received a swathe of support from the civil and earth industry to grow its business.
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Wash plant solutions augment producer’s ambitions

Faced with increased demand for concrete sand, a UK producer has been boosted by the commissioning of a quality wash plant and water and silt management system.
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Can quarried sites ever be returned to their ‘natural’ states?

Quarrying and extractive companies in Australia and New Zealand are encouraged by regulators to return quarried sites to their ‘natural character’. But, as Shaun Rosier asks, is that enough?