Queensland’s Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace has approved the state’s new code of practice for managing respirable crystalline silica dust exposure in construction and manufacturing of construction elements.
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA (CME) and its member companies have introduced guidelines to limit alcohol consumption at on-site accommodation facilities across the resources sector.
Written by Danaya Malenda.
The Victorian Planning Minister has modified the Planning and Environment Act 1987 to reflect favourably on both quarries and those living in the surrounding regions.
The Victoria Government has unveiled the Quarry Transformation Grants to accelerate the rehabilitation of former quarry sites across the state.
Steven Miles has superseded the Ipswich City Council over approval of the $50 million Wanless recycling park and landfill site.
The expansion of an established silica sand quarry, 150 kilometres north of London, England, has upset a local council over the temporary removal of two footpaths.
Strike Energy and Leigh Creek Energy (LCK) have taken pivotal steps to solidify Australia’s domestic supply of urea as the country deflects an AdBlue shortage.
A development group in New South Wales has proposed to extract 500,000 tonnes of hard rock aggregates, with community concerns quelled by robust management practices.
Australia’s impending AdBlue shortage has been eased by fertiliser manufacturer Incitec Pivot and the Federal Government’s AdBlue Taskforce.
The New South Wales Resources Regulator is bringing quarry operators and managers together at the 2022 Small Mines Roadshow from February to April.