The association has said the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers' new definition of 'waters of the US' restores the appropriate balance between state and federal authority over waterways.
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The two day Digitalization in Mining – Through the Rock summit, hosted by Sandvik, focused on leading-edge mining technology and the digitalisation journey that contemporary mines face.
MICROMINE has integrated its latest fleet management and mine control solution, Pitram, as well as its latest 3D mine design and exploration solution, Micromine, with IREDES.
‘Blonde Bomb’ hydrogen peroxide-based explosive is non-toxic and is intended as an environmentally friendly blasting material.
Wirtgen’s surface miners are playing a key role in the development process of the bauxite mining sector in West African Guinea.
Eriez has made an internal appointment to fill its new role as Senior Director of Asia-Pacific Operations and Strategy.
In place for a year, the pipeline is protecting the river Irwell by feeding polluted water flowing from an old adit – or mine entrance – in Bacup, Lancashire, into a treatment scheme further down the valley.
Yesterday, Rio Tinto welcomed the Prime Minister of New Zealand to officially reopen Potline 4 at its South Island aluminium smelter.
The tunnel will convey up to 20 million tpy of polyhalite ore from the company’s new underground mine near Whitby in the UK.
Ausenco is planning an industry response plan to address failures of long distance slurry pipelines.