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Cutting-edge equipment for aggregate operations

January 22, 2021By

Among the latest technologies for the aggregate industry are Titan International’s STL3 tire line and EIW’s Eagle Trek line of portable wash equipment.

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Power transmission components for your operation

January 21, 2021By

The latest power transmission components for the market include developments from ABB, Master Power Transmission, Regal Beloit and SEW-Eurodrive.

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What to watch in the weeks to come

January 20, 2021By

P&Q will be keeping an eye on a couple of key developments early in 2021, including the aggregate industry’s recovery and the prospects of an infrastructure bill.

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What to expect with MSHA’s informal conference process

January 20, 2021By and

With the new presidential administration beginning, there are many changes that can be anticipated at the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) – including the agency’s informal conference process.

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With more quarries going offline and fewer coming online, geologist Donald Mikulic argues the industry should intensify how it conducts local and regional geologic studies. Photo: guvendemir/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Mikulic: Today’s geological info lagging prior decades

January 20, 2021By

Key geological information that helps produce high-quality stone is generally no longer available, writes career geologist Don Mikulic. It’s a very real problem, he says, that must be addressed.

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Could stone still be sourced from plentiful reserves within the city of Chicago if a few events throughout history went differently? Photo: tifonimages/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

History rewrite: What if Chicago’s reserves had been managed differently?

January 19, 2021By

A longtime Chicago-area geologist with a passion for the industry’s history argues that the city’s challenging supply scene would be vastly different had reserves been better utilized over two centuries.

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Retain more money when accepting customer credit cards

January 18, 2021By

Aggregate producers are overpaying to accept credit cards, National Credit Card Processing Group’s Peter Brickman writes. When accepting credit cards, a proper setup is critical.

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From left: Bridger and Boone Bolinder represent the third generation of leadership at Bolinder Resources, which has two fixed locations in Utah. Contract crushing is a big part of the Bolinders’ business, as well, with a market focus in Utah and Nevada but a willingness to crush just about anywhere in the U.S. Photo: P&Q Staff

Bolinder Resources built for flexibility in West

January 15, 2021By

Utah’s Bolinder brothers offer a look inside their main operation, showcasing a crushing and screening plant while sharing their vision for the business’ future.

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