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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

GSE Lining Technology have entered into an exclusive agreement to market the Lintobent range of geosynthetic clay liners throughout the UK and Ireland.

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01 March 2000 | SHE

MILIEUTECH plc, the Oxfordshire-based environmental consultancy, are to hold a series of seminars and workshops to explain the ramifications of the EU's Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control...

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

A new conveyor system from Portsdown Engineering features automatic load-cell weighing and sealing.

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01 March 2000 | SHE

HANSON Quarry Products Europe have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with English Nature which will protect and bring benefits to over 40 wildlife sites and Sites of Special Scientific Interest...

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01 March 2000 | Quarrying

In line with their stated intention to expand their English aggregates business by acquisition, Ennstone are reported to be considering a bid for Breedon.

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

Elliott and Sons have taken delivery of a new Volvo FM truck, the first one in their fleet to be fitted with Hyva tipping gear.

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

In a move aimed at streamlining the company's distribution chain, Volvo Construction Equipment GB Ltd have been renamed Volvo Construction Equipment Europe Ltd.

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01 March 2000 | Quarrying

THE last chapter in the long-running debate over the proposed introduction of an aggregates tax appears to be drawing to a close, with the Chancellor expected to make an announcement in this month...

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

A JCB 436B ZX wheel loader is being used by Shanks at their waste-recycling operation at Bunny Hill near Nottingham.

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

KTR GmbH, the German advanced drive technology specialists, have opened their first UK office.

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01 March 2000 | Quarrying

AS expected, Anglo American will have to offer a number of quarries and plants for divestment in order to prevent their £1.2 billion bid for Tarmac being referred to the Competition Commission.

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

Singleton Birch have recently purchased two more Mogensen Sizers for their new graded-lime plant at Melton Ross which came into full production in December 1999.

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01 March 2000 | Quarrying

According to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, 2.96 billion bricks were produced by, and 3.01 billion bricks were delivered from, sites in Great Britain during 1999.

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01 March 2000 | Quarrying

TARMAC group chief executive Roy Harrison has been appointed as president of the newly formed Construction Products Association (CPA), the industry body set up to act as the official voice of the...

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

Aberdeen-based laser measurement systems specialists Measurement Devices Ltd (MDL) have opened a new office at High Easthorpe, near York, to accommodate their sales personnel responsible for...

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