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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
FEBRUARY 4, 2020
Logo: Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA)
Mining fatalities drop to record low in 2019
There were 24 mining fatalities in the United States in 2019, according to the Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA), marking the fewest annual fatalities ever recorded. Learn more from the MSHA report.
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Photo: Brunner & Lay
Brunner & Lay offering variety of straight hole drilling tools
Brunner & Lay's straight hole drilling tools, which were developed to enhance the ability of modern, high-powered rock drills operating in both surface and underground applications.
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Photo: Major
Major’s screen media sensor simplifies performance measurement
Major, the screen media manufacturer, plans to showcase its Flex-Mat sensor technology at ConExpo-Con/Agg. Check out the features of the technology.
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Photo: ConExpo-Con/Agg  
ConExpo-Con/Agg through
the years

Before ConExpo-Con/Agg was the grandiose gathering it is today, there were more modest exhibitions that ultimately merged into ConExpo-Con/Agg. Take a look back over the last 111 years to see how ConExpo-Con/Agg came to be.
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  FROM Photo: Portable Plants MAGAZINE
Comparing and contrasting OSHA with MSHA
Contractors may not like everything about the Mine Safety & Health Administration's (MSHA) approach, but a glimpse at a couple of day-to-day practices at the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) provides a look at a potential alternative universe.
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Photo: ConExpo-Con/Agg
ConExpo-Con/Agg’s origins date back to early 20th century
Although ConExpo-Con/Agg is now North America’s largest construction trade show, the show didn’t always mirror the gargantuan size that it is today. Get an overview of the show's history.
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State of the Industry report: Texas
David Perkins, the president and CEO of the Texas Aggregates & Concrete Association, looks to the year ahead in the country’s leading aggregate production state.
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How waste material can replace depleting sand
Emerald Equipment Systems’ Moira Brady offers insights on a growing trend among producers to convert waste to saleable sand products.
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