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Latest news from the quarry, asphalt, cement, concrete and aggregate recycling industries

Tarmac and the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) have launched the Bird Challenge for Business 2000, a year-long campaign aimed at recognizing the conservation achievements of British businesses...

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01 July 2000 | Plant & Equipment

Case used the recent Intermat 2000 exhibition to launch a number of new products including the latest Alliance 80-ton hydraulic excavator, which marks a return to the heavy excavator market after...

01 July 2000 | Quarrying

In anticipation of the implementation of Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 via Section 57 of the Environment Act 1995, Casella Science and Environment have combined the skills and...

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01 July 2000 | Plant & Equipment

The 693 Supertrak is the latest addition to Finlay's range of mobile screening machines.

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01 July 2000 | Plant & Equipment

Sensonics have introduced Vib-Check, a new pocket-size, battery operated vibration meter complete with a hand-held accelerometer probe for the monitoring of virtually all rotating machinery.

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01 July 2000 | Plant & Equipment

The Persuader conveyor belt positioner, recently introduced by Flexco, features a simple, field-proven design that ensures correct belt tracking without the belt damage and maintenance problems...

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01 July 2000 | Asphalt & Surfacing

Dynapac's new roller, the CP132, features the company's 'compaction process control' - a modular ballast system comprising eight sealed boxes.

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01 July 2000 | Plant & Equipment

Garfield Hydrol, in conjunction with Powerhitch Ltd, have introduced a safer and more reliable version of their Powerhitch Pin Master Plus system.

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01 July 2000 | Plant & Equipment

Spillard Safety Systems have recently introduced the Sears Seating range of products. The seats, manufactured in South Wales, can be customized to fit any application.

01 July 2000 | Plant & Equipment

IMS Engineering are currently manufacturing a primary gyratory crusher which will be used to process material for the construction of Kansai International Airport in Japan.

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01 July 2000 | Quarrying

THE British Aggregates Association, which represents the interests of over 50 of Britain's independent quarry operators, has taken the fight against the proposed aggregates tax to the Scottish...

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A partnership between Lafarge Redland Aggregates and Derby City Council was marked by Margaret Beckett, MP for Derby South, when she opened improvements to a riverside path and cycleway.

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01 July 2000 | Quarrying

LAST month saw RJB Mining shares leap by more than 40% in the wake of a preliminary bid approach which could lead to an offer being made for the company.

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The Banks Group have been awarded a Tidy Britain Group Millennium Marque for their restoration work at Oakenshaw in County Durham.

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01 July 2000 | Quarrying

TARMAC have laid-off 200 of their central services staff in Wolverhampton as part of the company's integration with Tilcon and the other UK construction materials businesses of Anglo Industrial...

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