Archive for April 2014

Safety MSHA and OSHA use the threat of fines to prevent unsafe conditions, but these agencies have minimal control over unsafe acts. Photo: iStock.com/avatar_023

MSHA to increase enforcement following fatalities

April 30, 2014By

MSHA, following a string of industry fatalities, is encouraging inspectors to do more to keep miners out of […]

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NSSGA offers support for the Grow America Act

April 30, 2014By

NSSGA has offered its support of the Grow America Act, a $302 billion, four-year surface transportation reauthorization bill […]

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Polydeck Screen Corp.

April 30, 2014By

Polydeck Screen Corp.’s herringbone screen media design is most effective improving dewatering effectiveness, while the company’s PolyWeave configuration […]

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Nonresidential drives Martin Marietta’s first quarter aggregates growth

April 29, 2014By

Martin Marietta Materials Inc. released its first-quarter report April 29, touting net sales increases of 10 percent and […]

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Foxx completes tour promoting need for highway funding solution

April 28, 2014By

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx wrapped up a multi-state bus tour last week, making several stops to see what’s […]

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New data on U.S. bridge repair needs emerges

April 28, 2014By

An analysis of the 2013 National Bridge Inventory database that the U.S. Department of Transportation released shows cars, […]

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Sandvik appoints general counsel, president of mining division

April 28, 2014By

Asa Thunman was hired as executive vice president and general counsel of Sandvik, and Scot Smith was named […]

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Terex Washing Systems Aggresand Plant

Terex Washing Systems Aggresand Plant

April 26, 2014By

Terex Washing Systems’ Aggresand plant combines aggregate and sand washing on one modular chassis, producing three aggregates and […]

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