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01 August 2006 | Environment & Restoration
David Jarvis asks why more built developments are not incorporated into mineral planning schemes The Eden Project, Bluewater retail park and Hampton (the southern extension to Peterborough) are well...
01 August 2006 | Environment & Restoration
Practical quarry landscaping and restoration in The National Forest By Robin Truslove, senior forestry consultant with Lockhart Garratt Ltd
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01 August 2006 | Environment & Restoration
Further steps towards a sustainable industry This year’s Quarry Products Association Showcase event once again revealed progress by the quarrying industry in improving and understanding its footprint...
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01 August 2006 | Site reports
Despite difficult geological conditions, Potgate Quarry maintains its viability by changing extraction methods. Roger Lindley investigates
03 July 2006 | Legislation & Regulation
Marjorie Bark and Steve Penn of Applied Environmental Research Centre Ltd review the regulatory issues affecting the use of inert waste in quarry restoration
03 July 2006 | Recycling & Waste
John Powell of Associated Concrete Solutions Ltd explains the implications of the environmental pressures for dealing with waste concrete and washout water Environmental pressures and water...
03 July 2006 | Recycling & Waste
Addressing the causes and implications of climate change is a challenge that every industry is having to address. John Barritt, technical advisor to the Aggregates Programme at WRAP (the Waste &...
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03 July 2006 | Site reports
CDE supply advanced recycling system to the North-West
03 July 2006 | Asphalt
Tarmac describe their involvement in the biggest road-recycling contract carried out in the UK
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03 July 2006 | Loading & Hauling
Earthline switch to Komatsu for their expanding recycling operations
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
The successful range of large Liebherr wheel loaders, with tipping loads of over 15 tonnes, has been replaced by a newly developed 6th Generation range of 2plus2 machines. The L564, L574?and L580?...
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
Terex have completed their Generation 7 articulated dumptruck line-up with the introduction of their two heaviest machines, the TA35 and TA40, which feature an all-new centrally mounted operator’s...
01 June 2006 | Education & Training
Good Progress, Could do Better! By Mike Smith, general manager of The Institute of Quarrying
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
OTR Tyres offer some solutions to the worldwide supply shortage With worldwide demand for earthmover tyres continuing to exceed supply, the global tyre shortage and escalating prices show no sign of...
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