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Mining waste transported by rail.

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Old 8th October 2021, 22:22
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Mining waste transported by rail.

A new collaboration between aggregates specialists GRS, and mining operators Tungsten West, could provide decades of work for rail freight operators. The deal could also reinforce freight traffic in Devon and add to the case for rail development in the region.

GRS has signed a deal with Tungsten West to use huge quantities of mining waste as a source of sustainable aggregates for the domestic and overseas markets. That is potentially good news for rail freight in the region, and for operators, including existing partners GB Railfreight.

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