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11 September 2009 | Others
Fujairah’s Northern Land Reclamation ProjectFujairah Bulk Shipping LLC (FBSL) have successfully won one of the largest contracts in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to reclaim land from the sea...
12 August 2009 | Others
Report on the Association’s 2009 seminar proceedingsThe customary afternoon seminar session at the British Aggregates Association’s 2009 annual general meeting and members’ dinner...
03 November 2008 | Others
Meeting the green challenges – how sustainability is changing the outlook of the aggregates industryExciting and challenging times lie ahead for the quarrying industry, and this year’s...
01 April 2008 | Others
A remarkable haul of 28 flint hand-axes, dated by archaeologists to be around 100,000 years old, have been unearthed in gravel from a licensed marine aggregate dredging area 13km off Great Yarmouth....
01 November 2007 | Others
Geordies add valueThe Annual Conference 2007 was hosted by the North of England branch at the Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham, on the 4 and 5 October. The venue is set in a golf course and parkland only...
01 August 2007 | Others
Coal is the most carbon-rich of all fossil fuels but a range of new technologies are being developed and used to reduce the environmental impact of coal-fired power stations. With the advent of clean...
Tagged in: UK Coal
02 July 2007 | Others
Exceptional visitor quality was the general consensus as Hillhead 2007 enjoyed a welcome respite from some of the wettest June weather ever recorded in the UK Despite the unseasonably wet and windy...
02 July 2007 | Others
Nigel Jackson, chairman of the CBI Minerals Group, reports on the progress so farFollowing the CBI Mineral Group’s Living with Minerals 2 conference in November 2006 Baroness Andrews, Parliamentary...
01 February 2007 | Others
By Stuart Boulter, field projects team, Archaeological Service, Environment & Transport Dept., Suffolk County Council The last 11 years of expansion at Cemex’s quarry at Flixton Park...
Tagged in: CEMEXArchaeology
01 February 2007 | Others
By Lucy Farr, Royal Holloway University of London North Park Farm in Bletchingley, Surrey, is an operational sand quarry situated on the Folkestone Beds, less than 1km south of the North Downs...
01 February 2007 | Others
By Dr Danielle Schreve, Royal Holloway University of London In 2002 an ancient river meander channel filled with fossil bones and flint artefacts was revealed during aggregates quarrying by...
Tagged in: Archaeology
01 November 2006 | Others
Dull outside but brilliant indoorsThe Annual Conference 2006 was hosted by the Devon & Cornwall branch at the Palace Hotel, Torquay, on 5–6 October. The venue is the former palace of the...
01 November 2006 | Others
by Dr Jenni Chambers, Birmingham Archaeology, The Institute of Archeology & Antiquity, University of Birmingham Over the last two decades sand and gravel extraction by Smiths Concrete at...
01 November 2006 | Others
by James Rose, Department of Geology, Royal Holloway University of London The Bytham river was the largest river in England until its valley was overridden by the ice sheets of the Anglian...
Tagged in: Archaeology
01 November 2006 | Others
by Andy J. Howard, The Institute of Archaeology & Antiquity, The University of Birmingham Over the last 400,000 years, the river Trent and its ancestral predecessors have laid down great...

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