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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The successful range of large Liebherr wheel loaders, with tipping loads of over 15 tonnes, has been replaced by a newly developed 6th Generation range of 2plus2 machines.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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01 June 2006 | Maintenance & Repair
By Cliff Lea, Fuchs Lubricants UK plc The Eden Project in Cornwall has quickly established itself as one of the most popular paid-for attractions in the UK, drawing in over 1.5 million visitors a...
01 June 2006 | Site reports
New jet washer system transforms waste fines into added-value product
01 June 2006 | Loading & Hauling
Irish contractors Donal Walsh Dredging Equipment Ltd have added a New Holland E805 excavator to their fleet of equipment already working on a long-term extraction contract at the Derryarkin sand and...
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01 May 2006 | Materials Processing
Terex Pegson unveil their latest track-mounted jaw crusher
01 May 2006 | Planning & Development
How planning permission was won in a very environmentally sensitive location
01 May 2006 | Planning & Development
Richard Kell, group planning and estates manager with Ennstone plc, discusses whether a quarry can ever be a welcome neighbour
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01 May 2006 | Weighing
To the old adage ‘the only certain things in life are death and taxes’ should be added ‘…and spiralling energy costs’. One of the most significant costs in the production of most bulk solids is the...
01 May 2006 | Weighing
Nick Catt, sales director for Weightron Bilanciai, reviews some of the latest innovations his company are pioneering
01 May 2006 | Weighing
Modern weighbridge systems form a critical part of the quarry cash-flow process. Campbell Deaz, Avery Weigh-Tronix’s general manager for weighbridge systems technology, explains why they should be a...