Technology
Feb. 9, 2015, Chula Vista, CA - A leading west coast recycler of asphalt and concrete material from large demolition and road projects has successfully employed an atomized mist dust suppression system to control air quality in and around its Chula Vista plant.
Jan. 29, 2015, Wixom, Mich. - First-of-its kind test for rod wipers developed by Halite and MSOE sets new industry criteria for contaminant exclusion.
Dec. 12, 2014 – Superior Industries, a major U.S. manufacturer and global supplier of material handling systems and their related components, says its washing fines recovery system was granted patent protection from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 
Dec. 10, 2014, Sunnydale, California - The Federal Aviation Administration has granted Trimble an exemption that will allow it to conduct commercial operation of its UX5 Aerial Imaging Solution in the U.S. 
The Armadex product line of high-performance, bolt-down rubber screen sections and liners from Polydeck Screen Corporation offer outstanding performance in the most abusive, top deck screening applications.
A huge dump truck speeds away from a complex of towers, loading bins and conveyors on the edge of a vast limestone quarry. Barely two minutes later it is back for another load of 0-20 foundation stone.
Cone crushers were valuable tools in the aggregate industry from the moment of their creation, and they remain so today.
Asphalt milling is the process of grinding up asphalt that can then be recycled.
The introduction of stricter emissions standards for commercial Canada has been widely speculated for years, and has transitioned from possibility to inevitability.
In the aggregates processing industry, plant operators commonly relocate mechanical conveyor systems in an effort to reuse existing equipment in new applications.
The selection of screens on the market in Canada has never been greater, allowing companies better-than-ever opportunities to maximize production profits.
Ongoing innovation is the key to success in any field – and the aggregate sector is no exception.
Growing from a single 0.5-acre quarry to a three-quarry operation in the period of seven years, Hamilton Aggregates shows how vision, expertise and the right support, as well as equipment, can make a family business in Arkansas a leading supplier of aggregates.
The City of Calgary recently completed building an access road, on the site of one of its landfills, that uses a very unusual material: finely crushed glass from the city’s recycling depot.
More durability, greater flexibility and increased transportability – these are some of the major trends among new screen offerings in Canada.

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