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  • 01 February 2008
    While an accurate number reflecting the quantity of recycled aggregates produced in the UK each year is elusive, all indicators suggest the trend is upward. In light of this MQR decided to look into the birth of the...
    Tagged In: Recycling & Waste
  • 01 February 2008
    The use of RFID technology in fuel-management best practice
    Tagged In: Loading & Hauling
  • 01 February 2008
    The Learning and Skills Council’s national skills programme, Train to Grain, aims to give businesses across England greater access to the training their employees need to succeed In order to build UK global...
  • 01 February 2008
    Advice on specifying outdoor generator enclosures Virtually any size of generator set can be housed in an outdoor enclosure available from either the generator manufacturer or a third-party supplier. Overall cost and...
    Tagged In: Ancillary Equipment
  • 01 February 2008
    JCB Power Products Ltd have made great strides since entering the power-generation market in 2006 and now boast a range of 44 models with major sales into the quarrying, construction and waste and recycling sectors....
    Tagged In: Ancillary Equipment
  • 01 February 2008
    A compact and powerful seismograph from Accudata
    Tagged In: Drilling & Blasting
  • 01 February 2008
    With a construction, demolition and excavation waste processing capacity of over 1.6million tonnes of material a year, along with its own rail facility and barges, Powerday’s Willesden, North London site can lay claim...
    Tagged In: Recycling & Waste
  • 01 February 2008
    A case study on the role of the stemming column on fragmentation in an overburden sandstone formation By Dr Piyush Rai, A.K. Ranjan and Bhanwar Singh Choudhary
    Tagged In: Drilling & Blasting
  • 01 February 2008
    The first site we look at in our Changing face of aggregates focus is a good example of one of the many smaller sites now starting up around the UK to feed the growing demand for more sustainable aggregates. The new...
    Tagged In: Recycling & Waste
  • 01 February 2008
    Claims farmers are the compensation equivalent of their intensive agriculture namesakes. And with an eye to large yields they are digging up a raft of historic deafness and HAVS claims. Deborah Edwards, associate...

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