Rio Tinto has acknowledged that one of its mines in Madagascar encroached onto...
- Rio Tinto acknowledges encroachment onto vulnerable Madagascar land
- Nigeria bans mining in Zamfara state as violence continues
- Minerals Council launches legal challenge against South African Mining Charter
- Cyclones threaten mining operations on Australian coastlines
- Deep impact: Newfoundland and Labrador’s Mining the Future 2030 programme
Hydration Health & Safety 365 – Dehydration is a Threat in Every Season
“Pryme has launched ‘Hydration Health & Safety 365’ to increase awareness about the importance of proper hydration all through the year,” says Terry Houlihan, managing director of Pryme.
Rio Tinto acknowledges encroachment onto vulnerable Madagascar land
Rio Tinto has acknowledged that one of its mines in Madagascar encroached onto vulnerable land and threatens to pollute a body of water used as a source of drinking water by local people.
IntelliSense.io Taps Rio Tinto and Goldman Sachs Alumnus as it Scales to Meet Global Demand
IntelliSense.io has announced the appointment of Jean Hu as its new chief financial officer (CFO) to support the company in its next phase of growth and innovation.
Nigeria bans mining in Zamfara state as violence continues
The Nigerian Government has banned mining in the state of Zamfara, as police consider illegal mining to be behind an ongoing spree of violence and kidnapping in the region.
Carmichael Coal Mine and Rail Project, Queensland
India’s Adani Mining has proposed the development of Carmichael coal mine and rail project in Clermont Town, Central Queensland, Australia, which is the fourth largest coal producing country.
Kibali Gold Mine, Orientale
The Kibali gold mine is situated 560km north-east of Kisangani in the Orientale province. Developed in an area of 1,836km² on the Moto goldfields, it is one of the largest gold mines of Africa.
Minerals Council launches legal challenge against South African Mining Charter
The Minerals Council of South Africa has applied for a judicial review of the country’s Mining Charter, which was updated last year following years of debate. It claims that the new rules do not respect black empowerment transactions, and will ultimately discourage investment in the South African mining industry.
High-Density Polyethylene Pipe Systems
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.
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