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  1. Weir Minerals’ hydrocyclone saves US$800 000 annually
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Weir Minerals’ hydrocyclone saves US$800 000 annually

The installation of 19 Cavex 400CVX10 hydrocyclones at OceanaGold’s Didipio gold and copper mine in the Philippines has led to savings of more than $800,000 per year through a reduction in grinding circuit recirculation, according to operator Weir Minerals.

Marine mining: lessons from Namibia

The seabed is considered one of the last mining frontiers. Yet offshore Namibia, De Beers has been commercially prospecting the sea since 2002. But how does marine mining for diamonds in Namibia’s shallow waters compare to plans for deep sea mining for rare earth minerals, and can the latter replicate the former’s success? We investigate.

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