Rubber concrete sparks interest in SA research

Written by Danaya Malenda


Revolutionary new research from the University of South Australia has discovered a novel approach to rubber recycling that could see end-of-life tyres repurposed into concrete for residential constructions.

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How the circular economy can assist quarrying


Boral has recently set itself ambitious climate abatement targets to 2030, including reducing Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 46 per cent. Ahead of the IQA conference, Victoria Sherwood and Jason Sweeney explain how the company’s advances in recycling will help to reduce carbon pollution and benefit its own quarries, as well as the broader interests of its customers and other industry members.

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Metso mobiles: Providing an accurate guide to quarrying productivity


Paul Doran is the business development manager for Metso mobile crushers and screens at Tutt Bryant Equipment. He provides insight into which Metso mobile products are popular, when some of the latest machines and innovations will be available in Australia, and how Metso’s after sales programs and services can benefit quarry producers.

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Hire solutions ideal for water management challenges


Jim Garrett is the Product Development Specialist for Pinnacle Hire, an industry newcomer which manufactures, hires and sells advanced water treatment, storage and pumping systems for the quarrying and mining segments. He relates how the combined effects of COVID-19 and the weather have grown the company.

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Research confirms benefits of new concrete additive


First Graphene has had the structural integrity of its PureGRAPH concrete additive affirmed by University of Wollongong research, proving its ability to strengthen concrete and mortar.

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