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  • 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...
  • 01 February 2008
    In the final installment of his Recycling Diaries, Andrew Hewitt recounts the days up to the plant big switch on at SB Waste in late January. There were some last minute teething problems but the new site is now up and...
    Tagged In: Recycling & Waste
  • 02 January 2008
    Regular maintenance and adherence to some basic rules should be enough to ensure that bitumen is safely stored at quarries and roadstone facilities. Ian Lancaster and Paul Lamb of Nynas Bitumen explain some of the...
    Tagged In: Asphalt
  • 02 January 2008
    An introduction to the new European Standards and PD document, and their application in the UK By John B-Bullock, Aggregate Industries (technical Manager - Yeoman Asphalt)
    Tagged In: Asphalt
  • 02 January 2008
    By Penny Simpson, an associate at DLA Piper UK LLP Important changes have recently been made to the UK’s conservation legislation to provide greater protection for animals, plants and habitats covered by the Habitats...
  • 02 January 2008
    Terex Construction focus on the right products, the right people and the right processes Last October Terex Corporation held a packed two-week programme of construction product presentations and demonstrations for an...
    Tagged In: Loading & Hauling

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