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Global Road Technology and TotalEnergies Marketing Australia to showcase cutting-edge dust control solution

Global Road Technology (GRT) and TotalEnergies Marketing Australia will be showcasing its leading dust suppression solution at the upcoming 2024 Queensland Mining Industry Health and Safety Conference. Read More
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Global Road Technology showcases groundbreaking methods to protect miners

Dust suppression specialists Global Road Technology (GRT) and its Australian distribution partner TotalEnergies Marketing Australia this week shone a spotlight on the dangers to workers of particulate pollution generated by underground coal mining. Read More
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Safe to Work September–October: Dust suppression

When it comes to mining, you don’t always find the resource you’re looking for. But what you do get – no matter the ore – is dust. On a mine site, it’s as inevitable as the sunrise. Read More

GRT to work with coal mining sector to improve on-site air quality

Amid a recommendation by Safe Work Australia for coal miners to meet the same workplace air quality requirements imposed on other industries, dust suppression specialists Global Road Technology (GRT) and its Australian distribution partner TotalEnergies Marketing Australia believe that miners should proactively look at ways they can improve air quality. Read More
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GRT and TotalEnergies Marketing Australia welcome new dust controls

Dust suppression specialists Global Road Technology (GRT) and its Australian distribution partner TotalEnergies Marketing Australia, welcome the commencement this week of the Queensland government’s Code of Practice relating to eliminating or minimising exposure to crystalline silica dust. Read More
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Global Road Technology planning to export world-leading dust control practices to multiple countries

Dust suppression specialists Global Road Technology (GRT) are seeking to apply elements of the Queensland government’s new Code of Practice for managing silica dust exposure across their operations worldwide as they seek to build their reputation as world leaders in the field. Read More