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01 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

IN its response to Defra’s consultation on the Review of Waste Strategy, the British Aggregates Association says it is ‘regrettable’ that the main emphasis appears to be on determining ‘when a...

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01 April 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

TARMAC and Churngold Transport and Recycling Ltd, the South West’s largest bulk earthworks contractor and the region’s market leader in the production of recycled aggregates, have formed a joint-...

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01 April 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

A QUALITY protocol for the production of aggregates recovered from inert waste in Northern Irelandhas been published by WRAP.

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01 March 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

NEW research, funded by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) and supported by Tarmac, is being carried out to test the performance of hydraulically bound materials (HBMs) using...

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01 March 2006 | Plant & Equipment

DUO Equipment have supplied and commissioned a new full washing and water-management plant for ECO Aggregates in Colchester.

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01 January 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

THE quarrying industry has welcomed the removal of potentially damaging elements from the European Mining Waste Directive, which would have imposed a disproportionate burden on the quarrying...

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01 January 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) has added a new module to its AggRegain web site (www.aggregain.org.uk), further enhancing the range of...

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01 December 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

THE amount of construction, demolition and excavation (CD&E) waste in Wales being recycled for use as aggregates has increased and now exceeds the target set by the Welsh Assembly Government...

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01 December 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

THE Environment Agency has launched a new awareness campaign reminding companies to dispose of waste oil safely and legally or face tough penalties.

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01 December 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

TRL has won four contracts under the Aggregates Programme of WRAP, the Waste & Resources Action Programme.

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01 November 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

PROOF of the benefits of using recycled and secondary aggregates (RSAs) is now freely available as a result of the Aggregates Research Programme jointly run by the DTI and WRAP.

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01 October 2005 | Plant & Equipment

Stonegrave Aggregates, part of the John Wade Group, have installed a specially configured Terex–Atlas loader for their fast-expanding recycling facility at Aycliffe Quarry near Darlington.

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01 October 2005 | Asphalt & Surfacing

TARMAC have been awarded the largest road recycling contract ever to be undertaken in the UK, involving the reconstruction and resurfacing of an 8km stretch of the A38 in Devon using recycled...

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01 September 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

A NEW capital support competition has been announced by WRAP to help stimulate the production of recycled fine-glass materials (grits, sands, powders etc) and to increase the total amount of glass...

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01 September 2005 | Asphalt & Surfacing

IN an effort to drive forward greener policies, the amount of recycled material used in roads in Shropshire is being optimized thanks to a close working relationship between Bardon Aggregates’...

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