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01 September 2000 | Quarrying

LAFARGE Redland Aggregates have called for a judicial review of Scottish Environment Minister Sarah Boyack's decision to delay further the determination of the Lingerabay planning application...

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01 September 2000 | Quarrying

THE first construction output forecast incorporating the increase in government expenditure announced in the recent Comprehensive Spending Review has been published by the Construction Products...

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01 September 2000 | Quarrying

HANSON, Heidelberger, Lafarge and RMC are to create a customer-focused on-line business-to-business (b2b) market place in an effort to reduce costs and increase efficiencies within the $1 trillion...

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01 September 2000 | Quarrying

ON 11 July, 150 industry professionals gathered in London for the Construction Products Association's first ever e-conference, 'E-commerce, the business imperative', where 12 speakers from...

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01 September 2000 | Quarrying

THE latest report of the Government's environmental watchdog - the House of Commons Audit Committee - has provided further evidence of the Government's inability to justify the proposed aggregates...

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01 September 2000 | Quarrying

THE Quarry Products Association has strongly attacked government proposals on noise reduction, warning that they would have a devastating effect on the UK quarrying industry if adopted.

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01 August 2000 | Quarrying

THE construction industry stands to be a major beneficiary of Chancellor Gordon Brown's latest Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR), with the the Construction Products Association (CPA) estimating...

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01 August 2000 | Quarrying

WATTS Blake Bearne & Co.

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01 August 2000 | Quarrying

EXTREMELY rare remains of a medieval corn mill have been uncovered during excavations at Lafarge Redland Aggregates' Hemington Quarry, by the river Trent, on the Derbyshire/Leicestershire border...

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01 August 2000 | Quarrying

A NEW ragstone quarry is currently being developed by Hanson Aggregates at Blaise Farm near Offham in Kent - the first time for several years that the company have created a new hard rock quarry...

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01 August 2000 | Quarrying

ITALCEMENTI, Italy's largest cement manufacturers and owners of France's second-largest cement producers, Ciments Francais, have paid £3 million for a 37.5% stake in e-cement.com, an internet-...

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01 August 2000 | Quarrying

Aggregate Industries are splitting their health, safety and environment functions, creating two dedicated teams to implement major new company initiatives.

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01 August 2000 | Quarrying

HANSON Aggregates Marine confronted head on the controversy surrounding sand dredging in the waters off South Wales when the dredger Arco Dee berthed alongside the National Assembly for Wales in...

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01 July 2000 | Quarrying

CASTLE Cement have agreed terms with RJB Mining for the supply of 300,000 tonnes of high-quality deep-mined coal from Maltby Colliery, near Rotherham, Yorkshire, in a contract worth 'several...

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01 July 2000 | Quarrying

METSO Corp., parent company of Finland's Nordberg Group, have made a recommended cash offer of SEK9,118 million (£696 million) to acquire the entire stock of Svedala Industri AB of Sweden.

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