British Columbia (BC) has announced its 2019 budget, which includes a C$20m fund...
- British Columbia creates C$20m mining oversight fund in 2019 budget
- Panel calls for stricter environmental regulation for mining companies
- BHP announces 8% drop in profits in last six months of 2018
- Could blockchain sift out conflict minerals and fakes from the supply chain?
- Is it better to build a new mine or to buy one?
Curtin University calls for new rules to protect mine site animals
Curtin University in Australia has called for the implementation of new mining rules for the protection of animals in site restoration projects.
British Columbia creates C$20m mining oversight fund in 2019 budget
British Columbia (BC) has announced its 2019 budget, which includes a C$20m fund to create an “independent oversight body” to ensure safe operations, and provide a thorough auditing service, for the Canadian province’s mining sector.
Panel calls for stricter environmental regulation for mining companies
The International Resource Panel (IRP), an independent scientific body that aims to promote the responsible use of the Earth’s natural resources, is set to publish a paper calling for tighter international regulation for the mining industry to ensure its long-term sustainability.
Sandvik Appoints Porter Group as its Distributor for Mobile Crushing and Screening for Australia
Continuing the development of the Australasian market, Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology is proud to announce the extension of the agreement with Porter Group to cover Australia and New Zealand.
BHP announces 8% drop in profits in last six months of 2018
Mining giant BHP has released its financial results for the second half of 2018, reporting that its attributable profit in the six months to 31 December 2018 reached $3.8bn, 8% lower than the same period the previous year.
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