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Pit & Quarry Weekly Report
SEPTEMBER 23, 2021
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What the MINExpo experience says about future shows
Years from now, industry stakeholders may look back at MINExpo International 2021 as an inflection point. P&Q's Kevin Yanik explains why in a blog reflecting on last week’s trade show.
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Plus: Check out P&Q’s full MINExpo 2021 coverage
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IMA-NA mine safety award honorees revealed
The Industrial Minerals Association – North America (IMA-NA) recognized seven organizations with its annual safety award. See who was honored for their safety excellence.
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NMA presents Sentinels of Safety Awards at MINExpo
The National Mining Association's (NMA) annual Sentinels of Safety Awards recognize operations that excel in mine safety and technology. Find out which operations earned awards this year.
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Plus: Titan America quarry recognized for safety excellence
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AGC economist offers perspective on the infrastructure bill
Ken Simonson, chief economist at the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) shares his expectations for the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act that’s already passed the Senate. Watch our latest video featuring Simonson.
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Plus: What types of construction jobs are experiencing setbacks  
Photo: P&Q StaffRoad to Recovery
Check out Pit & Quarry's special series dedicated to helping producers navigate the economic downturn.
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Orica debuts explosives system at MINExpo
Orica says its new 4D bulk explosive technology enables the real-time tailoring of explosives energy to geology across a blast. Learn more about this new tech development.
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Plus: Check out Dyno Nobel’s differential GPS for blastholes
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Overcoming oversize: Oversize and spacing (Part 3)
P&Q contributor Anthony Konya addresses how improper blasthole spacing causes oversize to form in a blast pattern, as well as how to use post-blast results to determine spacing changes. Read Part 3 of 4 in Konya’s ongoing “Overcoming Oversize” series.
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Plus: Oversize and confinement (Part 4)
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Why contract crushers must finish what they start
Portable Plants is the quarterly sister magazine to Pit & Quarry. The “finish what you start” concept pops up in Portable Plants’ cover story this month, with the magazine’s Kevin Yanik expanding on this concept in his column.
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Plus: Pro Lawn goes from cutting grass to crushing rock
Words of wisdom on washing and classifying
Leaders from washing and classifying manufacturers share how they're coaching aggregate producers through the pandemic. Hear from leaders at EIW, McLanahan Corp. and Superior Industries.
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Plus: Words of wisdom on pumps

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