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01 December 2000 | Quarrying

A YEAR of fund-raising for the NSPCC by JCB employees was crowned recently when a cheque for £2 million was presented to HRH The Duke of York.

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01 December 2000 | Quarrying

MEMBERS of the National Minerals Working Party of the Country Landowners Association (CLA) visited one of Hanson's underground mines near Bath recently as part of their annual conference.

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01 December 2000 | Quarrying

THE British Geological Survey is to host the fourth Minerals Industry Forum on 28 February 2001 at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham.

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01 December 2000 | Quarrying

 

"Environmental services company SLR Group Ltd have opened their first Scottish office at Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow. "

 

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01 December 2000 | Quarrying

TWO construction industry companies joined forces last month to stage a fund-raising gala evening in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief.

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01 December 2000 | Quarrying

COXWELL self-binding gravel, a unique material produced by aggregate suppliers S.

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01 November 2000 | Quarrying

 

The Institute of Road Transport Engineers (IRTE) and The Institution of Plant Engineers (IPlantE) have joined forces to form The Society of Operations Engineers.

 

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01 November 2000 | Quarrying

 

"Ennstone plc's Scottish subsidiary, Ennstone Thistle Ltd, have acquired the asphalt plant at Orrock Quarry, Kirkcaldy, Fife, from Tarmac Ltd."

 

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01 November 2000 | Quarrying

IN their largest UK acquisition since being formed in 1997, Aggregate Industries have acquired a substantial proportion of the assets being divested by Anglo American following their recent...

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AGGREGATE Industries have pledged their ongoing commitment to corporate social responsibility by seconding one of their employees, Robert Ashley, to study at the Corporate Citizenship Unit (CCU)...

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01 November 2000 | Quarrying

FOLLOWING their recent acquisition of UK Waste, Biffa are now believed to be the largest landfill company in the country, with a national market share estimated at 12.1%.

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01 November 2000 | Quarrying

ROY Harrison, president of the Construction Products Association, has warned the Chancellor of the Exchequer that he does not believe next spring would be the time for a 'give-away' Budget, even...

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01 November 2000 | Quarrying

TARMAC's Stancombe Quarry in Somerset recently opened its gates to pupils from Burnham Upper School in South Buckinghamshire after one pupil, 12-year-old Simon Hillier, won the top prize in a...

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AN estimated 437 million tonnes of crushed stone were produced for consumption in the US in the second quarter of 2000, according to the US Geological Survey's latest quarterly mineral industry...

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