Latest news from the quarry, asphalt, cement, concrete and aggregate recycling industries
HANSON Aggregates have agreed to give up their rights to dig sand from the high dunes at Gwithian, near St Ives, in Cornwall, after hearing local concerns about the environmental effects of...
Ingersoll-Rand have launched a number of new products.
AMPL have secured a new five-year contract to provide facilities management services at Alfred McAlpine's Penrhyn Quarry in Bethesda, North Wales, the world's largest slate quarry.
A special heat-reacting paint has been developed to identify hot spots on high-temperature pipework.
Aggregate Industries are splitting their health, safety and environment functions, creating two dedicated teams to implement major new company initiatives.
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.
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.
THE Construction Products Association has urged the Government to increase capital expenditure in this month's Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR).
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.
PLANS by Lafarge Redland Aggregates (LRAL) for a new greenfield hard rock quarry at Boon Hills Farm, four miles north of Mansfield, in Nottinghamshire, have been given the go-ahead.
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.
DESPITE having one of the best health and safety records in the world, every year some 400 people in Britain are killed in accidents at work and up to 25 million working days are lost through work...
Staff at Aggregate Industries' Croft Quarry in Leicestershire are helping to create a new woodland wildlife habitat with the planting of 2,000 trees.