McGowan Outdoor Access can now achieve 100% recycling of materials in the Scottish countryside thanks to an MB Dig A Crusher Crushing Bucket, supplied by Worsley Plant.
In some locations in Scotland there is a large amount of Peat Hags with little mineral material. Added to this, accessibility to the site is often difficult which makes the potential to bring in material a lot harder Using the isolated sources of rock outcrops near some of these sites seemed a good solution to the problem but McGowan Outdoor Access needed to find the best way to break these down and make them suitable for use.
Managing director Ross McGowan heard about Worsley Plant and in touch. Worsley managing director Sean Heron recommended the MB Dig A Crusher BF90.1.
Can you guess the identity of the mystery digger driver below?
More from the Coldest Journey now, as Finning engineers Spencer Smirl and Richmond Dykes talk about their Antarctic adventure.
Smirl and Dykes, you will recall, were the mechanics in charge of the two specially-modified Cat D6N dozers on the trip.
After 307 days in the Antarctic, they are now back home.
SRC Aggregates has invested in a new excavator for its Crown Quarry facility at Ardleigh, near Colchester.
The Volvo EC220D crawler excavator has been put to work on primary extraction and bulk muck shifting duties, taking over from a Volvo EC210LC that was originally supplied back in 2007. The older machine has now been sent to work at a sand and gravel extraction quarry near Dunmow.
“The performance and reliability of the EC210 cannot be faulted and this was the primary consideration when we looked to add another excavator to our fleet,” says SRC director David Hunter.
The Coldest Journey team is now on its way back to the UK after 11 months in Antarctica.
Only now that they are all safely out of there can these hairy photos be shown. The fear was that the families of the crew would not be able to sleep for worry if they saw the hazards being faced down there.