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This Month - February 2021
Sustainable Asphalt Production
Dr Hans-Friedrich Peters, executive vice-president of the asphalt and concrete plants division at Ammann, discusses the latest technology and what is on the horizon for asphalt producers.
Hillhead Digital Preview Part 1
A look at the key themes of the virtual conference and some of the latest plant, technological innovations and services at this inaugural all-digital event.
Screens & Screening
Weighty Matters: Do Screens Need to be Heavy?
Steven Hunter of Weir Minerals, explains how new technology is changing the way screens are designed and built.
Screens and Screening
Seven-page round-up of the latest developments in mobile and static screens and screening equipment.
Enhanced customization with Flex-Mat custom-fit screen media in five styles.
Institute of Quarrying
How to be a Successful Leader in Risk Management
James Thorne, chief executive officer of Institute of Quarrying, discusses how the pandemic provides a timely reminder of the importance of strategic risk management and how well prepared an organization should be for all eventualities.
Changes to employment law: Are you ready?
Graham Irons, partner and employment law expert at Howes Percival, highlights six key employment law issues that employers will need to plan for in 2021.
The Remote Revolution
Robert Whetstone, vice-president of the EMEAI region at Martin Engineering, urges operators not to ignore the remote revolution and outlines how plant productivity can be maximized using remote monitoring to enable predictive, condition-based maintenance.