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01 October 2003 | Materials Processing
Dual role for a Wirtgen 2200SM surface miner
01 September 2003 | Health & Safety
Part Five: Management of Health Risks
01 September 2003 | Recycling & Waste
WRAP's head of aggregates examines the key issues by John Barritt The objective of the WRAP Aggregates Programme is to reduce the environmental impact of mineral extraction by minimizing the demand...
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01 September 2003 | Transport & Distribution
Hanson and Harleyford team up to transport aggregates by canal
01 August 2003 | Weighing
Shering Weighing take a look at weighbridge technology with a view to helping operators make the most of their investment
01 August 2003 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Prevention — much better than cure When it comes to a quarry manager’s list of worst nightmares, few things rank higher than an uncontrolled rockfall. The potential risk to personnel and plant makes...
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01 August 2003 | Legislation & Regulation
Anwen Hughes and Sue Paterson from Carl Bro — consultants and engineers, take the lid off the new Water Bill and consider how quarry operators in England and Wales might prepare. The scope of the...
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01 August 2003 | Site reports
Bardon Aggregates ensure continuity of supply in the Cotswolds
01 July 2003 | Health & Safety
Part Four: Accident Investigation and the Management of Contractors
01 July 2003 | Health & Safety
Martin Isles of the Quarry Products Association describes a whistle-stop tour of some of Eire’s premier quarries and concrete plants, viewed principally from a health and safety perspective
01 July 2003 | Concrete
Tarmac highlight some recent uses of their Topflow self-compacting concrete in projects and applications around the UK A flexible approach to bridge engineering work by Tarmac, using their self-...
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01 July 2003 | Others
Sunshine and optimism in abundance at last month’s International Quarrying and Recycling Show With a record-breaking 445 exhibitors and 15,600 visitors, many travelling from countries as far afield...
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10 May 2003 | Others
What’s new at this year’s international quarrying and recycling show Next month over 430 companies from around the world will converge on Tarmac Central’s Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton, Derbyshire,...
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01 May 2003 | Materials Processing
German company Bräuer Aufbereitungsmaschinen GmbH & Co. Förderanlagen KG construct a modern sand and gravel plant between Nijmegen and Rotterdam, Holland
01 May 2003 | Health & Safety
Part Three: Risk Assessment