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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.

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

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

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

    Advertising Sales Executive
    Amie Annells - tel: 0115 865 8282 - [email protected]

    Sue Chambers - tel: 0115 945 3884; online:

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

    This Month - October 2022

    Market Report

    Aggregates Reserves in Decline
    BDS publishes ‘Estimated Reserves of Pits & Quarries in Great Britain 2022’.

    Recycled & Secondary Aggregates

    Sheer Will
    QM spoke to Bob Samuel, director of Borough Green Sand Pits and company secretary of Sheerness Recycling Ltd, about the importance of providing a ‘green solution’ for their customers and maximizing the sustainable use of waste materials.

    Recycled & Secondary Aggregates
    Thirteen-page round-up of the latest equipment and developments in the construction, demolition and excavation waste-recycling industry.

    Celebrating 30 years in business
    CDE equipment has facilitated the diversion of 100 million tonnes of CD&E waste over three decades.

    Bauma Preview

    Bauma is Back
    QM takes a brief look at a few of the newest items of plant, equipment, and machinery making an appearance at the world’s biggest construction trade fair.

    Institute of Quarrying

    Carrying the Torch
    Last month the Institute of Quarrying announced Viv Russell as its 70th President. In an exclusive interview with QM, Mr Russell outlines his top priorities in his new role, including raising the Institute’s profile and influence within the sector, and ensuring the long-term sustainability of the professional body.

    How IQ Underpins Opportunities to Future Career Pathways
    A job in quarrying can equip individuals with a diverse range of skills, wealth of knowledge, and resilience that can be transferred into new roles and careers, and sometimes even different industries.

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