Editor's Desk, Education, Features, Industry News, Management, News, Tips & AdviceAs part of the recent commentary on the characteristics of effective leadership, Quarry editor Damian Christie explains the importance of empathy in his role working with the quarrying industry for the past 13 years.
Environmental News, Environmental Products, Geology, Geology Talk, Industry News, Materials Handling, News, ProcessingA natural clay mineral has been identified as a potential fix for a major carbon emitter, reducing pollution while providing a new end use for this quarried material.
Environmental News, Geology, Geology Talk, Industry News, Materials Handling, New Products, News, Recycling, Sand ProcessingA 3D-printed concrete has been developed by researchers from RMIT University in Melbourne, using recycled glass to replace traditional aggregates.
Environmental News, Geology, Geology Talk, Industry News, International News, NewsA 460-million-year-old fossil has been donated to UNESCO today in a ceremony that celebrated the owner of the quarry in which it was found and the Arouca UNESCO Global Geopark.
Geology, Geology Talk, Industry News, International News, Load & Haul, Materials Handling, Mobile Plant, News, Supplier NewsKomatsu has applied to become a part of Japan’s project for Promoting the Development of Innovative Technologies for Outer Space Autonomous Construction.
Environmental News, Geology, Geology Talk, International News, NewsAn analysis has been conducted on the stone tools recovered from a former outpost within the Roman Empire. The discovery highlights how ancient bakers and millers relied on the local geology to acquire the correct tools.
Geology, Geology Talk, International News, NewsA theory has now been proposed for how shards of glass first discovered a decade ago in a South American desert were formed.
Environmental News, Geology, Geology Talk, Industry News, International News, Management, Materials Handling, News, RecyclingA quarry in Virginia, United States, is weeks away from brimming with ground water to serve a nearby water treatment plant and the 17,000 people it serves.