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03 November 2003 | Environment & Restoration
An answer to contaminated water problems By Philippe Sauvignet
03 November 2003 | Site reports
Lochaline Silica Sand Mine — Tarmac’s only underground mine
01 October 2003 | Loading & Hauling
Digmaster system improves productivity and safety at Home Farm Quarry
Tagged in: Dredging
01 October 2003 | Planning & Development
A beneficial approach By Jonathan Standen
Tagged in: Barton Willmore
01 October 2003 | Ancillary Equipment
World’s largest mineral sizer powered by ABB
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01 October 2003 | Loading & Hauling
Like many other mineral operations in environmentally sensitive areas, Schleith GmbH’s 2,500 tonnes per day limestone quarry near Eigeltingen, in the southern foothills of the Swabian Jura mountains...
Tagged in: LiebherrExcavators
01 October 2003 | Materials Processing
Dual role for a Wirtgen 2200SM surface miner
01 September 2003 | Health & Safety
Part Five: Management of Health Risks
01 September 2003 | Recycling & Waste
WRAP's head of aggregates examines the key issues by John Barritt The objective of the WRAP Aggregates Programme is to reduce the environmental impact of mineral extraction by minimizing the demand...
Tagged in: WRAP
01 September 2003 | Transport & Distribution
Hanson and Harleyford team up to transport aggregates by canal
01 August 2003 | Weighing
Shering Weighing take a look at weighbridge technology with a view to helping operators make the most of their investment
01 August 2003 | Geotechnics & Hydrogeology
Prevention — much better than cure When it comes to a quarry manager’s list of worst nightmares, few things rank higher than an uncontrolled rockfall. The potential risk to personnel and plant makes...
Tagged in: Carl BroBJD
01 August 2003 | Legislation & Regulation
Anwen Hughes and Sue Paterson from Carl Bro — consultants and engineers, take the lid off the new Water Bill and consider how quarry operators in England and Wales might prepare. The scope of the...
Tagged in: Carl Bro
01 August 2003 | Site reports
Bardon Aggregates ensure continuity of supply in the Cotswolds
01 July 2003 | Health & Safety
Part Four: Accident Investigation and the Management of Contractors