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Tag: Jeff Taylor

Nelson Brothers regularly stores its shot reports in SharePoint, a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. Photo: Xesai/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Sauls, Nomis partner with Seismic Surveys

June 20, 2022By

Seismic Surveys, Sauls Seismic and Nomis Seismographs are all now working together to further support customers in the aggregate, mining and construction industries.

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From left: Vulcan Materials Co.'s Nick Compton visited with Hinkle Contracting Co.'s Barry Adkins and Forrest Shelton during a break at Technology Demonstration Day in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo: P&Q Staff

Blasting community together once again

December 15, 2021By

Technology Demonstration Day returned for the first time in two years, presenting opportunities for blasters to keep up with evolving tech ahead of the Kentucky Blasting Conference.

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While some regulatory bodies may have previously asked for educated guesses on water volume flows at outfalls, Sauls Seismic’s Mark Taylor says more regulators are putting an emphasis on monitoring discharged volumes continuously. Photo: Sauls Seismic

Around-the-clock environmental monitoring a tech trend

May 20, 2021By

Intensifying pressures are driving producers to technologies that can continuously keep tabs on water and dust in a quarry environment.

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Vulcan Materials' Don Kraupa, left, with Sauls Seismic's Jeff Taylor. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Blasting tech takes center stage at demo day

November 11, 2019By

Technology Demonstration Day, co-sponsored by Sauls Seismic and Nomis Seismographs, brought about 50 producers and blasters together for education and a tour of an underground Vulcan Materials facility.

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Managing community blasting complaints

May 25, 2016By

Blasting tends to be one of the biggest concerns homeowners have with quarry operations. That’s always been a […]

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