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Piping made from polyethylene is a cost-effective solution for a broad range of piping problems in municipal, industrial, marine, mining, landfill, duct, and agricultural applications.

Oyu Tolgio Gold and Copper Project, Mongolia

The Oyu Tolgoi gold and copper project, also known as Turquoise Hill, is situated in the south Gobi region of Mongolia, around 80km north of the Chinese-Mongolian border and 550km south of Ulaanbaatar.

Dropsafe Exhibits at AIMEX 2019

Dropsafe, the leading global provider of Dropped Object prevention technology, will be attending AIMEX 2019 and exhibiting at stand G145.

Companies leading the way in copper mining tech

Copper demand is set to rise steadily with the electrification of energy and transport systems. How are different parts of the copper industry responding to this growing demand while improving their efficiency and sustainability credentials?

New Self-Cleaning Spray Nozzle

The Power Nozzle is a spray nozzle which can be cleaned remotely without stopping production. The Power Nozzel is ideal for a large range of applications, from high volume to low volume high impact washing.

Fruta del Norte Gold Project

Fruta del Norte Gold Project

The Fruta del Norte (FDN) Gold Project is located approximately 9km south-west of the village of San Antonio, within the Cordillera del Cóndor region of Zamora-Chinchipe province, Ecuador, and approximately 80km east-northeast of Loja.

UBC leads research to trap CO₂ in mine waste

Two Canadian mines are set to pilot a research project led by the University of British Columbia (UBC) that combats greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by locking carbon dioxide (CO₂) in mine tailings.

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