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THE British Ready Mixed Concrete Association (BRMCA), part of the QPA, and CONSTRUCT (The Concrete Structures Group), an association of member companies dedicated to the task of improving the...

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A recent study funded by WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) analyses whether the strength and performance of structural concrete made using recycled concrete aggregates (RCA) can be...

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03 December 2007 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

ZF have developed the Ecomix II CML 10 (pictured above), their latest low-speed transmission for use in truckmixers up to 10m3 drum capacity and output torques up to 62,000Nm.

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03 December 2007 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

New research published by WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) has shown the leaching performance of concrete containing recycled and secondary aggregates to be similar to concrete made...

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03 December 2007 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Tarmac have opened a new concrete plant in Coventry, bringing the prospect of more efficient services for customers in the region.

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03 December 2007 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Despite the current concerns about the housing market, industry forecasters are expecting the ready-mixed concrete market to increase until 2010.

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03 December 2007 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Lafarge have opened a new technological building dedicated to concrete research and development at their construction materials research centre in L’Isle d’ Abeau, near Lyon.

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03 December 2007 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Formed in 1991, The British In-Situ Concrete Paving Association (Britpave) has a broad international membership base that includes: contractors; academics; consulting engineers and designers; and...

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WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) has published a new report providing detailed technical information on the performance of recycled aggregates in concrete.

 

LAFARGE have launched Extensia, a new low-shrink flooring concrete that eliminates the need for any steel or fibre reinforcement.

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21 February 2007 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

THE Institute of Concrete Technology is to hold its 35th annual convention and technical symposium from 26–28 March 2007 at the Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth, Warwickshire.

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