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  • 01 October 2008
    Quarry production blasting in environmentally sensitive locations By Brian Burke, blast-based services, Orica Mining Services (UK) Stringent environmental regulatory controls are the accepted norm for many quarrying...
    Tagged In: Drilling & Blasting
  • 01 October 2008
    John Hill, marketing services manager for Parker Hannifin’s Pneumatics Division, explains how the energy consumption of pneumatic applications can be reduced considerably using the latest energy-efficient technology
    Tagged In: Ancillary Equipment
  • 01 October 2008
    With the increasing threat of energy shortages and the major effects of global warming, instrumentation and control technology can offer some respite, in the form of energy savings and improved production. Stephen Howes...
  • 01 October 2008
    No one has remained untouched by the recent increases in energy prices, be it gas, electricity or general forecourt products. Many of the major investment traders, such as Goldman Sachs, have already raised their oil...
    Tagged In: Loading & Hauling
  • 27 September 2008
    Metso Minerals open state-of-the-art research and test centre, in Tampere, Finland, to help meet the increasing customer demand for improved crushing and screening At the end of May this year Metso Minerals officially...
  • 17 September 2008
    As reported in MQR last year, the data on which the Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) made its claims of progress in C&D waste recycling were “not wholly accurate”, according to the authors. Now, in an interview with...
    Tagged In: Recycling & Waste
  • 01 September 2008
    Traditionally, stroke adjustment in a cone crusher has not been used to optimize production in crushing plants. This is mainly due to the difficulty in accessing the eccentric bushing, as the top frame and main shaft...
  • 01 September 2008
    Ennstone Johnston are currently utilizing a pair of Sandvik track-mounted mobile crushers to upscale production at Leaton Quarry, near Telford
  • 01 September 2008
    New CDE sand washing plant produces high-quality building materials from 50-year-old waste in Estonia’s capital, Talinn
    Tagged In: Site reports
  • 27 August 2008
    Maintaining and demonstrating continued competence at work By Roy Bush, HM Inspector of Quarries In a world in which change seems to take place at an ever-increasing rate, how can we show that we are keeping up with...

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