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2018 – Issue 6
South Africa’s national mineral research organisation Mintek has highlighted its commitment to protecting South Africa’s scarce water resources.
Genesys International states reverse osmosis technology is being widely adopted both to clean up and reuse mining waste water and to concentrate metals for enhanced recovery. By reverse osmosis specialist Genesys International mining business development...
Water shortages, drought, limited water usage and the possibility of a Day-Zero in Cape Town – these are some of the major focus points in South Africa.
SBS Water Systems is looking to gain momentum and grow its track record in the mining sector across Africa having secured several milestone contracts.
As mines work towards reducing their reliance on municipal water supplies, a key aspect of their water management strategy should be more effective monitoring of their process water ponds and dams.
Pit dewatering systems, techniques and practises have over past decades always contained elements of uncertainty due to outdated technologies and equipment.
AECOM is the provider for social services for Sovereign Metals’ Malingunde graphite project in the Lilongwe District in Malawi.
Newly established project management firm Isimilo DBO has entered the market with a business model aimed at delivering quick and cost effective process plants for the junior and mid-tier mining market.
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