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Longcliffe Quarries Site Tour - Hillhead 2022

Join a guided tour of the 220tph sand & aggregates wash plant at Longcliffe Quarries, located approximately 25 minutes from Hillhead Quarry, Buxton.
Location
Longcliffe Curzon Lodge
Stand
Malock, DE4 4HN
Date
21 - 22 Jun
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Longcliffe Quarries Site Tour

Guests to Hillhead 2022 are invited to take a short trip to join CDE at the Longcliffe Quarries site for a guided tour by CDE experts. Register your interest for this tour by completing our registration form.

Longcliffe Quarries is committed to a sustainable future and its CDE wet processing plant is supporting the company to achieve zero-carbon quarrying operations by the company’s centenary in 2027. The plant has led to a significant 12% reduction in the quarry's load and haul fuel usage by efficiently processing its clay-bound material.  

Engineered to maximise product yield from heavy clay-bound feedstock, the plant features an R4500 primary scalping screen; CDE’s signature AggMax™ modular logwasher setup for scrubbing and sizing; CDE’s patented EvoWash™ classification and dewatering system; and an AquaCycle™ thickener for industry-leading water management. 

When: Tuesday 21st & Wednesday 22nd June, 3-5pm 

Meeting point: Longcliffe Curzon LodgeB5056, Matlock DE4, 4HN (view map)

This site is located approximately 25 minutes from the Hillhead Quarry in Buxton.

This is a working site, please follow all health and safety requirements as advised during the safety briefing and stay with your guide at all times.  

***PPE – All visitors are required to bring steel-toe safety boots. CDE shall provide hard hats, high vis vest, eye & ear protection. Guests may bring their own if they prefer.***

Longcliffe Quarries 220tph Sand & Aggregates Washing Plant
“We’re recovering up to six different products from heavily contaminated material. The CDE plant is producing a very, very clean product and one that we’re now able to turn into a higher value industrial material.”
Viv Russell, Managing Director, Longcliffe Quarries