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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.

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.

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