Research from Cardiff University and the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health has...
CAA’s Soft Grip Back Blow Safety Air Gun for Cleaning Small Inside Diameters
EXAIR's new Soft Grip Back Blow Safety Air Gun uses the smallest back blow nozzle available to deliver a blast of air to effectively blow debris and liquids from inside small pipe or hose diameters, channels, bores, holes, internal threads and other internal part features.
Giving miners a voice: how disempowered workers face safety risks
Research from Cardiff University and the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health has demonstrated that miners who are excluded from the decision-making process in regards to safety and health matters face disproportionate safety risks while at work.
Rehabilitating Australia’s mines: projects leading the way
Australia is home to mining operations that can inflict damage on the natural environment; however mining rehabilitation projects are becoming more common and more ambitious in their scope. JP Casey takes a closer look at some of the country’s biggest and most successful mine rehabilitation schemes.
CAA’s 360⁰ Static Eliminator is CE, UL and RoHS Certified
EXAIR's new Gen4 Super Ion Air Wipe provides a uniform 360⁰ ionised airstream that clamps around a continuously moving part to eliminate static electricity and contaminants.
Crushing comminution: decarbonising mining’s biggest energy user
Crush It! is a new challenge launched to encourage Canadian innovators to develop new, clean technologies for crushing mined rock, a process that uses a huge amount of energy. The competition hopes to drive the next big innovation breakthrough, crushing emissions along the way, as the project leaders explain.
Illegal gold mining destroying Amazon rainforest, new study reveals
A research study carried out by non-profit environmental groups revealed that rising small-scale illegal gold mining in the Amazon rainforest is causing significant damage to waterways and forests.
Lynas to explore legal options following licence review
Australian rare earths miner Lynas has stated that it would explore all options, including legal options, after the Malaysian government set new conditions for the renewal of the company’s licence to operate in the country.
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