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This Month - July 2021
Bitumen & Binders
Longer-lasting Roads: Bitumen contribution to the sustainability of asphalt
TotalEnergies’ bitumen division explores the sustainability and durability of asphalt additives and their role in the drive towards net-zero carbon.
Creating Better Bonds
The Road Emulsion Association (REA) and The Road Surface Treatments Association (RSTA) discuss the importance of interlayer bond coat application during pavement construction and maintenance.
A New Refinery Landscape
The overall impact of IMO 2020, COVID-19 and the closure of outdated refineries has increased the benefit of bitumen expertise and specialization. The question is who will produce bitumen in the future?
Health & Safety
Engineering Safer Conveyors: Art Meets Science
Martin Engineering explain why the most effective way to mitigate risks is to design the hazard out of the conveyor component or system.
Safeguarding Plant and Machinery
Overcoming the challenges in the mineral extraction and processing industry.
Institute of Quarrying
Shape the Future Direction of our Industry with IQ Membership
Members are invited to step up to board roles to influence the development of the IQ and boost their own careers.
Construction Machinery Rumbles Towards Electrification
Interact Analysis discuss how advances in technology are opening up a promising landscape for the future of electrified heavy-duty vehicles.
CLOCS accreditation for TMCA
Tipper / Mixer Competency Assessment accredited by Construction Logistics and Community Safety.