Latest news from the quarry, asphalt, cement, concrete and aggregate recycling industries
Svedala PSV-series heavy-duty conveyor rollers are now available. The maintenance-free rollers have a life projection of 30,000h or more depending on the load.
CRH plc, the Dublin-based international building materials group, have announced a number of North American aggregates acquisitions, totalling Euro 52.8 million (£33.0 million), which were...
Plasflow, manufacturers and distributors of polyethylene pipework, fittings and prefabricated systems, have added spray bars to their product range.
DURING 7-12 May 2000, the 36th North American Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals will, for the first and possibly only time, be combined with the 11th UK Extractive Industry Geology (EIG...
Tarmac Topmix of Wolverhampton have recently taken delivery of a Komatsu WA90-3 Handy wheel loader for use at their concrete batching plant at Alexandra Dock in Grimsby.
RMC have developed and installed the UK's first totally enclosed landfill netting system at their Ugley Landfill site in Essex.
Brevini's new range of compact tracked motors (CTM) are designed for use on excavators and other tracked vehicles and self-propelled tyred vehicles weighing up to 40 tonnes.
THE acquisition of 3C Waste and Yorkshire Environmental has made Waste Recycling Group the second-largest landfill company in Britain, behind the Shanks Group, according to industry research...
HANSON Aggregates have confirmed their commitment to National Vocational Qualifications with the presentation of NVQ certificates to three of their shotfirers - the first in the company to gain...
THE Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is currently seeking entries from the mining and quarrying sector for its Awards 2000 programme, which highlights safety in the workplace.
THE Watts Blake Bearne Group have announced the acquisition of Villeroy and Boch's 94% interest in Czech-based kaolin producers Kaolin Hlubany for an undisclosed sum.
Svedala have announced that they are to extend the availability and marketing of their heavy-duty rollers across the whole of Europe.
With reserves at their Craighill Quarry becoming depleted, Tarmac Quarry Products made the decision seven years ago to purchase the reserves of Hightown Quarry.