Due to the long lifespan of quarries, even if they were initially isolated, the growth of cities is causing them to encroach on densely populated areas. Their proximity to neighborhoods leads to social conflicts, such as traffic, environmental concerns and loss of trust in the RM value chain. These challenges are closely interlinked, e.g.: dust from in-pit traffic and crushing signifies H&S hazard, production losses due to excessive fines during crushing, environmental impact, pollution and noise, leading to social tensions. Thus, one single action to reduce dust influences the 4 main challenges H&S, profitability, environment and social.