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Quarry Management

  • Quarry Management magazine has been the official monthly journal of The Institute of Quarrying since 1918. Each issue contains timely, relevant and topical coverage of all key issues, developments and advances in the aggregates sector.

    Steve Adam - tel: 0115 945 3893 - [email protected]

    Assistant Editor
    Simon Chan - tel: 0115 945 3894 - [email protected]

    Advertising Manager
    Kathryn Bardsley - tel: 0115 945 4369 - [email protected]

    Advertising Sales Executive
    Amie Annells - tel: 0115 865 8282 - [email protected]

    Sue Chambers - tel: 0115 945 3884; online:

    A digital version of the magazine is available via the Apple App Store and Google Play Store

    This Month - August 2022

    Sand & Gravel Processing

    Bespoke TWS wash plant for Clarence Sands
    Terex Washing Systems deliver 300 tonnes/h sand washing plant for new site near Sydney.

    Solving a Silt Problem
    Springfield Farm see big benefits with McLanahan EcoCYCLE thickener and centrifuge.

    Archaeology in Quarrying

    Rock on! Getting the Best from Archaeology
    Clive Waddington, managing director of Archaeological Research Services, explains how a contribution to archaeology can help the minerals industry gain the recognition it deserves.

    Special Report

    HVO: a potential route to a lower-carbon future
    Chepstow Plant International reveal emissions benefits of hydrotreated vegetable oil.

    Conference Report

    BAA Annual Conference 2022: Part 2
    The second of two instalments on the proceedings of the British Aggregates Association’s annual conference at the Palace Hotel, Buxton.

    Institute of Quarrying

    IQ Invites Members to Shape the Sector’s Future Skills Needs
    Participate in an important industry project that will underpin the development of skills and qualifications.


    Saving Carbon
    Five steps the UK construction sector can take now.


    Epiroc trial first-ever battery-electric surface drill rig
    Skanska quarry to field test world’s first zero-emission drill rig for surface mines and quarries.

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