Solving Water Management Issues

Fines Recovery, Clarifiers, Belt And Filter Presses, Dewatering Screens, Waste Washing And More. By Mark S. Kuhar Water management is becoming more and more important for aggregates producers. That is no surprise, given the water issues prevalent in the United States, especially in the West. Lake Mead – the largest reservoir in the Colorado River Basin – is losing water…

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McLanahan Focuses on Customer Needs

With continually changing regulations and a global focus on sustainability, McLanahan Corp. recognizes the importance of providing solutions that allow customers to meet requirements, while also planning for changes and growth. That is why the company’s booth at AGG1 2022 focused on the opportunities for improving water management, as well as processing solutions to meet customers’ growing and changing demands. 

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The Quarry & Aggregates (Q&A) Forum (Part 2)

Rock Products Presents The Second Part Of Its Annual Q&A Forum. Manufacturers Talk About Equipment And Technology. By Mark S. Kuhar and Josephine Patterson Each year, Rock Products reaches out to industry thought leaders to get their take on the aggregates industry. In this, the second of a two-part series, manufacturers comment on equipment and technology and how it is…

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Effective Water Usage

Quarry Operations Can Maximize Productivity With Better Process Management. By Marc Carriere and Wayne Johnstone Effective water usage improves safety and profitability in mining operations but establishing a secure and reliable supply of process water at every level of a mine can be surprisingly difficult.  The absence of a dependable and consistent water supply has significant consequences. Variations in water…

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Water Management for Hydraulic Fracturing Forecasts Top $174 Billion

Water management investment for hydraulic fracturing is forecasted to average $17 billion per year from 2019 through 2028, according to new market forecasts from Bluefield Research. Emboldened by growing demand for scaling water supplies and disposal needs, a host of midstream water companies backed by private equity and sovereign wealth funds are positioned to seize the opportunity going forward.

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