A road vehicle that carries the ingredients of ammonium nitrate-based explosives in the form of the separate, intrinsically safe components, which mixes and charges the explosive on site as required, by means of a pumping system.
A vibrating screen which is covered and attached to static equipment, especially the pan below the screen, by flexible fabric often incorporating rubber so as to contain all the dust generated by the screening process.
A motor powered by electricity rather than fuel.
A name given to tyres of large diameter with particular tread patterns fitted to mobile plant (earth moving plant) to differentiate them from tyres for road vehicles.
Describes igneous rocks that solidify on the surface of the ground.
Cornish name for quartz-porphyry and similar dyke rocks.
Laying of stone with the bed plane running vertically and at right angles to the face of the wall.
Procedures using specialist plant to condition and mix recycled materials, usually reclaimed from the construction site, with hydraulic binders or bitumen remote from the construction site. This is then transported to site and reused.
Ex-situ cold recycled bound material comprises base and binder courses produced in a fixed or mobile mixing plant from graded aggregate processed from arisings from the excavation of roads and similar sources, blended if necessary with other aggregate and bound with hydraulic or bituminous binders separately or in combination (Source TRL 611).
The document that describes the process and findings of an Environmental Impact Assessment. The Environmental Statement is usually submitted with a planning application.