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  • 01 December 2007
    The end of the year at SB Waste in Wolverhampton finds Andrew Hewitt in reflective mood and the company’s new recycling plant still not operational. In his latest Recycling Diaries installment he takes time to ponder...
    Tagged In: Recycling & Waste
  • 01 November 2007
    Professional selection and operation of hydraulic excavators By Dirk Tegtmeier, product manager, Terex O&K
    Tagged In: Loading & Hauling
  • 01 November 2007
    Geordies add value The Annual Conference 2007 was hosted by the North of England branch at the Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham, on the 4 and 5 October. The venue is set in a golf course and parkland only minutes from the...
  • 01 November 2007
    Increased awareness about environmental protection and tighter legislation, such as the recently enforced REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals) Directive, have prompted Shell Lubricants to...
    Tagged In: Loading & Hauling
  • 01 November 2007
    Is manufacturer repair and refurbishment of off-highway transmissions always best for the vehicle user? Mike Goatley of ZF’s Off-Highway Division makes the case, both from an economic and a safety point of view The...
    Tagged In: Loading & Hauling
  • 01 November 2007
    The diesel engine is not ready to give up its dominance of the construction equipment industry quite yet – but it does have to share the limelight. Brian O’Sullivan examines developments in hybrid engine technology
    Tagged In: Loading & Hauling
  • 01 October 2007
    The maintenance management and condition monitoring division of Schaeffler UK, FAG Industrial Services (F’IS), is now offering customers RFID technology for its FAG Detector III device, the company’s hand-held vibration...
  • 01 October 2007
    Robert Barksfield, contracts manager for Batching & Blending Systems Ltd, considers the need to have up-to-date process control systems in place and looks at the routes available to achieve this efficiently
  • 01 October 2007
    New products for recording dust emissions from quarries By Hugh Datson and Oliver Puddle, DustScan Ltd
  • 01 October 2007
    Recent progress in dust control in the quarrying/asphalt industry – a personal view on best practice by Harold Wylie, managing director of Enviroflo Engineering Ltd

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