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13 July 2016 | Others
Tarmac's Hillhead Quarry in Derbyshire will once again host the world's biggest working quarry exhibition
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13 July 2016 | Marine Aggregates
Mark Russell, MPA executive director - planning, mineral resources & BMAPA, reports on the continuing recovery in the UK marine aggregate sector and highlights two key watershed moments that will...
13 July 2016 | Marine Aggregates
Georgina Carlo-Paat talks about her rise to the top of her profession and the need to encourage more people, especially women, into the mineral extractives industry
13 July 2016 | Site reports
Designed and built by DUO plc, CEMEX’s recently opened wharf at Dagenham is now the closest aggregate production plant to central London on the north side of the Thames
13 July 2016 | Legislation & Regulation
First published in the May 2016 issue of Quarry Management as Waste Not – Want Not By Gregory Jones QC and Charles Streeten1 Just outside the Yorkshire village of Methley, near Leeds, is a former...
13 July 2016 | Health & Safety
Malcolm Kent, senior technical consultant with the Construction Equipment Association, examines the current situation
12 July 2016 | Site reports
Smiths Bletchington boost production capacity at Oxfordshire quarry with new CDE wash plant
12 July 2016 | Materials Handling
Martin Engineering offer a range solutions for extending tail pulley life, preventing carryback build-up in conveyor discharge chutes and reducing abrasive wear on metal surfaces
12 July 2016 | Ancillary Equipment
First published in the April 2016 issue of Quarry Management Consideration of materials in the design and specification process for quarrying plant is key to ensuring the most efficient operation and...
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12 July 2016 | Automation & Control
Kepware Technologies explain how connecting everything within an industrial environment will transform manufacturing for years to come
12 July 2016 | Business & Finance
Martin Hook, managing director of Alma CG, explains how mining and quarrying businesses can benefit from ‘The Innovation Pound’ and gain competitive advantage
12 July 2016 | Automation & Control
Stuart Moran, head of Minerals and Aggregates Markets with Siemens Process Industries & Drives, explains how the extractives industry can achieve greater efficiency by learning from other sectors
12 July 2016 | Automation & Control
The energy efficiency challenges facing the quarry industry are numerous and difficult. Here, Adam Patterson of Multi Source Power, examines how new breakthrough technology can address the issue
12 July 2016 | Automation & Control
Newly launched real-time analytics and carbon footprint reduction specialists EveryWare use the Internet of Things to help businesses save money through identifying inefficiencies
12 July 2016 | Environment & Restoration
Tarmac’s sustainability director, Dr Martyn Kenny, highlights the need for collaborative innovation and sustainable solutions