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A modular crushing and screening plant solution is playing a vital role in delivering production capacity for a New South Wales gold processing operation.
It’s been a work in progress for four years but a longstanding dust control company has devised an innovative alternative to conventional rock stemming in blasting. Mason Trouchet, of Rainstorm Dust Control, spoke to Damian Christie about the company’s new stem gel product.
Safe Work Australia has released updated work health and safety statistics, which compiles national data on all workers and bystanders injured at work.
The South Australian Government has announced it has begun its "building boom" across the state with more than $1 billion of infrastructure projects expected within the next six months.
The CCAA has encouraged both major political parties in Queensland to deliver reforms for the heavy construction materials industry after the state election.
A wet processing symposium run by CDE Global featured speakers from BIS Oxford and Repurpose It. They provided insight into the challenges and expectations of Australia’s extractive industry moving forward.
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Cortex Intelligent Systems, a company engaged in automated exploratory drilling, is using ifm technology to remotely control the drill rigs under extremely harsh working conditions, with the collaboration resulting in considerable cost-savings for Cortex’s customers.
The use of VEGA's radar level transmitters has increased due to their ability to provide non-contact measurement.
A law expert has pointed out several ambiguities in language used in the Queensland Government’s new industrial manslaughter laws that will make the prosecution of senior officers for health and safety negligence in the quarrying and mining sectors problematic.
A voyage on the CSIRO’s research vessel RV Investigator is being conducted by MAS and ANU scientists to map the seafloor surrounding Macquarie Island.
Fluidlike rocks that reach temperatures above 160 degrees Celsius have been identified to cause tremors along part of California’s …
Researchers from Montana State University have started to update the geologic map of Yellowstone National Park in the United States.
Analysing the DNA of soil microbes can be an effective mineral exploration technique, according to a study by Geoscience British Columbia.
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Holcim is seeking a candidate with strong experience in the aggregates industry to fill a the critical role as General Manager for the aggregates division in NSW/ACT.
The Shelly Company has introduced a virtual quarry tour for primary school students in the United States as an alternative method to its hands-on quarry education program.