Dyno Nobel Announces Value-Added Enhancements to DynoConsult

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Dyno Nobel Americas announced significant, value-added enhancements to DynoConsult. Those in the mining industry know the name DynoConsult. For more than 20 years, the DynoConsult team of experts has developed technical solutions to assist with customers’ operations. Now, DynoConsult professionals are committed to optimizing your entire blasting process with their experience, knowledge and insight to drive world-class blasting results. The…

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June Construction Starts Climb 9%

Nonresidential Building Strengthens for the Second Straight Month; Highways Down. By Mark S. Kuhar New construction starts in June advanced 9% from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $832.7 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. The increase followed the 10% gain reported for May, as total construction starts continued to strengthen following April’s subdued performance.

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Granite Facility Recognized as a California Green Business

Granite announced that its Santa Clara Asphalt facility in Santa Clara, Calif., has been recognized as a California Green Business by the California Green Business Network in acknowledgement of its efforts to conserve resources and prevent pollution to help make Santa Clara County a more sustainable community. Granite is the only asphalt plant with this designation in California.

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Putting The ‘H’ Back In MSHA?

Agency Leadership to Focus on Protecting Miners From Dust Exposure. By Brian Hendrix According to its leadership, MSHA is working to “put the ‘H’ back in ‘MSHA.’” Testifying in Congress in June, Assistant Secretary Zatezalo stated that he is “paying close attention to the ‘H’ in MSHA: miners’ health.” He emphasized that MSHA will “aggressively enforce existing standards to ensure…

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PERMITTING – SEPTEMBER 2019

Cemex Makes Progress in Florida Cemex Construction Materials Florida ‘s effort to expand its lime-rock mining operations cleared another hurdle when the Hernando County Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval for the rezoning of 573 acres of land north of Cortez Boulevard in Brooksville, Fla., according to the Tampa Bay Times. County commissioners will take up the rezoning again this…

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