Aggregate Mining News

ZEN gets $1m grant for graphene-enhanced concrete project

The Canadian company said that, thanks to the grant, it may be able to provide innovative cement-based composite products to Ontario by 2020.

Rwanda aims to sell stake in cement firm Cimerwa this month

A construction boom in Rwanda has driven up demand for cement as the government builds roads, power plants and a new international airport.

Brazil's Votorantim profit falls despite higher revenues

Meanwhile, Nexa Resources, a unit of Votorantim, has just approved a $392 million capital expenditure in a zinc mining project in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso.

Two injured in mine blast in the U.S.

Officials from the Mine Safety Health Administration have taken over the investigation.

British Columbia allows sand mine on Indigenous land

The BURNCO project is expected to create 40 full-time-equivalent positions per year over the two-year construction period.

Teddy Roosevelt's North Dakota badlands ranch 'threatened' by gravel pit

Theodore Roosevelt's ranch in the badlands of North Dakota where the "restorative power of wilderness" made a "lasting impression" on the 26th president of the United States is being encroached on by industrialization due to […]

2011 Aggregate Compensation Report on Salaries

We have already taken a look at the Aggregate Compensation Report on Wages in a previous blog article.