03 March 2003 | Legislation & Regulation
Andy Miller, Head of the HSE Explosives Policy Team, outlines the current review of explosives legislation and the proposals for revised separation distances around explosives sites
03 February 2003 | Business & Finance
Why do workers stay in the UK quarrying industry? In Britain, over the past 40 years, the extraction industry in general has experienced severe decline. The picture is no less foreboding for the...
Tagged in: employee retention
Volvo's latest machines in demand with UK plant-hire sector Since their launch on to the market last year, Volvo Construction Equipment’s two smaller D-series articulated dumptrucks — the A25D and...
Case introduce new rigid and articulated dumptrucks The latest additions to Case’s product line-up include two new rigid and two new articulated dumptrucks.
Terex’s new Generation 7 ADTs provide up to 17% more engine power
Why the success of articulated dumptrucks in world markets in the last decade?
01 January 2003 | Health & Safety
Part One: Accidents — Causes and Effects
Tagged in: Camborne School of Mines
01 January 2003 | Environment & Restoration
Use of a fiscal instrument to bring about the best practicable environmental option
Tagged in: Dalgleigsh Associates
01 January 2003 | Asphalt
Environmental asphalt — WAM-Foam In recent years the asphalt industry has seen significant interest in manufacturing asphalt at lower temperatures. Advances in technology, coupled with growing...
01 January 2003 | Site reports
Versatile new plant serves the West Midlands and Welsh Borders region
02 December 2002 | Others
Conference calls for a unified European minerals strategy Mineral extraction is one of the major economic factors in many countries of Europe, but with increasing cross-border interaction and...
Tagged in: ECMP
02 December 2002 | Ancillary Equipment
New retread technology for mine and quarry tyres
02 December 2002 | Maintenance & Repair
3CR12 helps solve corrosion problems in quarries, Phil Shirley reports There is probably not a single aggregate processing unit in the UK today that is not being scrutinized for every potential cost...