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Quarry Management

  • Quarry Management magazine has been the official monthly journal of The Institute of Quarrying since 1918. Each issue contains timely, relevant and topical coverage of all key issues, developments and advances in the aggregates sector.

    Editor
    Steve Adam - tel: 0115 945 3893 - [email protected]

    Assistant Editor
    Simon Chan - tel: 0115 945 3894 - [email protected]

    Display Advertising
    Kathryn Bardsley - tel: 0115 945 4369 - [email protected]

    Recruitment Advertising
    Anna Gibiino - tel: 0115 945 3897 - [email protected]
    Charlotte Stacey - tel: 0115 945 4376 - [email protected]

    Subscriptions
    Sue Chambers - tel: 0115 945 3884; online: www.qmj.co.uk

    A digital version of the magazine is available via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store

    This Month - October 2018

    Interview

    Changing of the Guard
    Phil Redmond, managing director of Hanson Aggregates UK, outlines his priorities as the new President of the Institute of Quarrying

    Demolition & Recycling

    Perfect Pairing
    Francois Martin offers some tips on choosing an excavator demolition attachment tool to help boost productivity

    The Real Deal
    Brewster Bros increase recycled aggregate production with new ‘game­-changing’ CDE plant in Scotland’s Central Belt

    Demolition & Recycling
    Seven pages highlighting some of the latest news, new product developments and plant and equipment deals

    Noise & Dust Control

    Focus on the Fit
    Kjersti Rutlin looks at how a data­-driven approach to fit-­testing can help combat noise-­induced hearing loss

    Silica Dust – The Silent Killer
    Tim Turney outlines the problem and highlights the importance of effective personal air sampling and monitoring

    Noise & Dust Control
    Brief round­up of recent news, latest developments, case studies, new products and mitigation measures

    IQ Skills Wheel

    Extracting Excellence: The Move to ISO 14001:2015
    Latest in a series of quarterly articles relating to the IQ’s four Skills Wheel themes focuses on the evolution of environmental standard ISO 14001

    Special Report

    Minerals Matter
    Anthony Elgey explains why the sector needs to act now to avoid being put on the back foot as the skills crisis progresses

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