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Future Industrial: Innovating new efficiencies through the removal of colloidal silica

With the potential to cause loss of revenue, and in worst-case scenarios shut a mine down completely, finding innovative ways to identify and mitigate the risks associated with colloidal silica is crucial if mines want to remain operational and optimise efficiencies, writes Daniel Verwey, Technology Manager at Protea Mining Chemicals.


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Women affected by mining beyond the workplace

Lisl Pullinger, Principal ESG Consultant at SRK Consulting, explores the importance of including women in stakeholder groups, such as local communities and suppliers during the mine’s social engagement processes.

Everyone’s Talking About Copper

In the September issue of Global Mining Review, Michèle Brülhart, The Copper Mark, Switzerland, examines the important role copper is playing in the global transition to a green economy, as well as some ways copper production itself can become greener still. This special report lists all the references contained within the article.

IMARC welcomes First Nations partner

The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) has announced the Indigenous Women in Mining and Resources Australia (IWIMRA) as its First Nations Partner.

Addressing the urgency of sustainable mining

Greg Johnson, Schneider Electric, outlines how the pressure is on mining, minerals, and metals organisations to adopt sustainable practices and supply the critical resources needed to support a more sustainable and greener world.