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For a quarry business supplying construction material to major roads and infrastructure projects, Fenner’s high performance composite v-belts provide easy replacements during crusher jam-ups.
Global hardware, software and services technology provider Trimble and American engineering and robotics company Boston Dynamics have announced a …
Around 90 minutes’ drive from Kununurra in the scenic Eastern Kimberley region of far northern Western Australia, you will find the Ridges Iron Ore mine site.
The Great Penrhyn Strike at the Penrhyn Quarry in the town of Bethesda, Wales lasted three years from 22 November, 1900, with a new tour retelling the story of what occurred.
Why expend any time or effort into cleaning the conveyor belt when it’s only going to become dirty again? As Bradley Owen of Kinder Australia explains, producers that pay close attention to the belt will be able to employ a range of belt cleaning solutions that are cost-effective and enhance the belt’s efficiency.
A North American frac sand producer has achieved significant savings in its bulk handling operations by turning to mobile, stackable conveyors over traditional loading and transport systems.
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Founded in Japan in 1920 under the name ‘Sokkisha’, Sokkia this year has marked its 100th year of manufacturing survey …
A fast and effective mobile dust suppression solution for quarrying has emerged from the thoughtful collaboration of two local companies. Nickolas Zakharia reports.
The events aim to engage with small mine and quarry operators to provide information on health, safety and other issues …
It is believed that up to 90,000 extractive sites are located across Australia today. Academics from the Universities of Monash and Melbourne explain the potential for reviving these sites as vital assets for flood events, water retention and waste management.
Paul Stewart and Garrett Hall argue the extractive industry will have to be more proactive and consultative in the planning of new quarries if it is to satisfactorily meet the conflicting demands of construction materials supply and environmental responsibility.
The structures of University of Adelaide is simulating the impacts of earthquakes on some of the city’s oldest buildings to test their structural integrity.
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The 2020 IQ Caernarfon Award recipient Sean Taylor will be presenting on his company's Say Again? campaign to all Institute of Quarrying branches across the globe in a live webinar on 9 November.
In this final article on the Key Account Planning process, Mike Cameron outlines how sales and marketing personnel should ‘close the deal’ with a client, taking into account their sales objectives, stop signs and alternative position proposals.
Workplace fatalities are tragic and devastating events. In order to reflect the seriousness of these incidents, some jurisdictions across Australia have amended their work health and safety laws to establish the offence of industrial manslaughter, where the negligent conduct by a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) or officers causes the death of a worker.
A new blend of sustainable cement that uses a coal by-product has been developed and poured by the University of Sydney.
The Western Australian Government has followed the lead of Australia’s eastern states to deliver new workplace exposure standards for silica and coal dust.