Research paper warns of the sociological impacts of sand extraction

The issue of global sand supplies has once again attracted warranted concern from people all along the infrastructure supply chain, after researchers took a holistic view at how humans can mitigate an impending global sand crisis.
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An invisible culprit is weakening our concrete, research finds

A team of researchers has found trace amounts of organic matter in concrete and asphalt can cause premature deterioration of the building materials.
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Rare opportunity to acquire a Mudgee-based Dolomite and Limestone quarry

Well known to the quarry industry, the highly regarded Mudgee-based Mudgee Dolomite & Lime (MDL) is up for sale for the first time in 26 years.
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Belgian monks protect beer from quarry expansion

A Belgian chalk quarry has been denied the chance to expand after a group of Trappist monks insisted doing so would risk contaminating spring water used in producing a rare beer.
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A conscientious path to belt conveyor alignment

Conveyor belt alignment is a challenging prospect for many quarrying producers. As Cameron Portelli explains, it may be tempting to introduce a belt alignment device but there are many solutions for simpler root causes and tracking options that can be just as effective.
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Quarry Supplier Directory 2021-22 – don’t miss out!

  There is still time to register your business for the 2021-22 Quarry Supplier Directory, which closes in a few weeks. Read More

3D printed concrete could be the future of construction

Engineers from Brunel University in London have embarked on a three-year project to develop 3D-printed interlocking building blocks using recycled building waste materials.
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Extracting ferrous metals with magnet range

As a dealer of mobile crushing, screening, recycling, and conveying equipment, it is no surprise that Tricon Equipment also has a range of conveyor magnets.
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