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MAR 2017

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www.rockproducts.com ROCK products • March 2017 • 99 engineers from the service competence centers in Germany, the rest of Europe, South Africa, Australia, Chile and Brazil. Via Norte Sul Serviços, the company will also introduce its service processes and technologies to the Brazilian market, including the innovative Rema M³ remote monitoring system. Rafael Mashiba, managing director of Norte Sul Serviços, said: "The new part- nership offers Norte Sul Serviços access to a broad network of experts as well as global resources, technologies and financial strength of the Rema Tip Top group, allowing us to provide our cus- tomers in Brazil with even better and more professional services." 770-622-1494 sales@olivibrator.com 4070 Buford Hwy, Suite # 5 Duluth GA OLI VIBRATOR WWW.OLIVIBRATOR.COM MAINTENANCE FREE SCREEN MOTORS Built to Last Compact Design Quick Installation Flanged Vibrator Electric Motovibrator Coupled Flanged Vibrators See us at CONEXPO CON-AGG 2017 Booth# B-90719 Results of a 25-day noise monitoring study of the Lehigh Cement facility were shared during a Jan. 24 Cupertino, Calif., city council meeting, reported The Mercury News. City staff presented the council with findings from the study that was done continuously from Oct. 3-28, 2016, at two residential locations near the facility. Only the first day the study was conducted produced any pos- sible evidence of a noise violation from the plant, according to city staff. The results did not sway many residents in attendance at the meeting, many of whom said more needs to be done to curtail noise. Residents living near the facility and several miles away complain that the noise is disrupting their sleep and their well-being. After much discussion about possible avenues the council could explore to press the county and the cement facility to address the noise issue, the council eventually decided to have Mayor Savita Vaidhyanathan send a letter to the county board of supervisors asking that more effort be placed on diminishing or eliminating the noise. The cement facility is under the jurisdiction of Santa Clara County as it is located outside Cupertino's city limits. Cupertino Releases Lehigh Noise Study Results

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