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  1. Eliminating digital risk in 2018: mining’s biggest new headache?
  2. Mining’s big environmental footprint in the Amazon
  3. EU database provides market information on valuable materials
  4. Improving sustainability: should miners turn to IoT?
  5. MINE digital magazine: Issue 64

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Our Extreme Duty Solution

When a tire is under-inflated or over-heated, it is impossible to see with the naked eye but can have a profound impact on your business.

San Ramon Gold Mine, Antioquia

Red Eagle Mining’s San Ramon gold mine is an integral part of the Santa Rosa gold project and is located in the Department of Antioquia, northern Colombia.

Eliminating digital risk in 2018: mining’s biggest new headache?

Research by EY analysts has highlighted digital effectiveness as the biggest business risk for miners in 2018. Plainly put, the industry is behind in its digital journey and missing out on improved operational efficiency and reduced costs, while simultaneously becoming a target for hackers. So what can be done to harness digital rewards while also protecting against cyber threats? Heidi Vella spoke to EY global mining and metals advisory leader, Paul Mitchell, to get some answers.

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.

Mining’s big environmental footprint in the Amazon

The impact mining has on deforestation of the Amazon rainforest is much greater than previously thought, according to a new study by the University of Vermont. What are the major components of mining’s huge environmental footprint in the Amazon, and what can be done to improve the situation?

Dalgaranga Gold Project, Murchison

The Dalgaranga Gold Project is located approximately 70km north-west of Mt Magnet, within the Murchison gold mining district in Western Australia. The project will involve the development of the brownfield Gilbeys deposit and the greenfield Golden Wings deposit.

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