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Resources sector continues to grow


Quarry production exceeded sixty-three million tonnes of sand, rock and gravel in 2019-20 to deliver the material needed to build new homes, hospitals, schools and transport infrastructure.

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Feedback sought on quarry code of practice


Victoria’s Earth Resources Regulator has released a draft Code of Practice for Common Risk Management Techniques for Quarries for public consultation.

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Board positions to shape mine rehabilitation for generations to come


Applications are now open for the roles of Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the board of the Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority.

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Measuring gravity across northern Victoria


The Geological Survey of Victoria (GSV) and Geoscience Australia are teaming-up with Daishsat Geodetic Surveyors to measure extremely small variations in the Earth’s gravity.

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Energising renewables through geology


During National Science Week geoscience is playing an important role in finding minerals like lithium. Common items such as smartphones and electric cars are reliant on lithium, which is an essential component in the batteries that power them.

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New unit to help quarry production grow


To help Victoria’s quarries keep up with increasing demand, a new unit within Resources Victoria has been established to help operators access additional resource.

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Resources Victoria begins operations


From 31 July, Resources Victoria will be the overarching entity within the Victorian Government responsible for important activities such policy development and reform, regulatory approval coordination, the Geological Survey of Victoria and the Earth Resources Regulator.

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