A former mine site will turn into a sight for sore eyes under Alcoa of Australia’s plan and partnership with the social enterprise Eden Project International.
Apple plans to use 100 per cent recycled rare earth elements in a key component of its latest iPhones.
Most of the time, environmentally friendly cleaning solutions are more cost-effective because fewer – and cheaper – resources are needed to achieve equal or better results.
Australian Pacific Coal is considering appealing against the New South Wales’ Independent Planning Commission (IPC) for refusing the company an extension of its Dartbrook mine beyond 2022.
Empire Energy has become the first junior company to have environmental management plans (EMP) in the Beetaloo and McArthur Basins accepted for assessment by the Northern Territory Government since the lift of the fracking moratorium.
TNG has experienced hindrances in completing its final permitting process for its Mount Peake project in the Northern Territory.
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OceanaGold has responded to recent reports that it has halted operations at its Didipio copper-gold mine in the Philippines as false.
The Western Australia EPA has recommended that Hastings Technology Metals gain environmental approval for its Yangibana rare earths project.
The original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is set to make batteries not only part of its underground machinery, but also the service it provides mining companies.
Talison Lithium has received approval from the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to expand the Greenbushes lithium mine.
Wesfarmers has set its sights on Lynas Corporation with a $1.5 billion takeover bid.
South32 has highlighted tailings safety in its latest 2019 half-year report, emphasising the company’s dam management standard.
BHP has formed a partnership aimed at finding a sustainable way to both clean up legacy mining impacts and develop biomass to be used as feedstock for biofuels from the impacted lands and water.
Adani has launched roadworks for access to the Carmichael coal project in Queensland despite delays securing a key environmental approval from the state government.
Rio Tinto’s commitment to environmental sustainability has proven what has never been done before: vibrancy of life can be orchestrated on human-made reef.
The Western Australian Government has banned hydraulic fracturing over 98 per cent of the state, with traditional owners and farmers having the right to say no to fracking production for the first time.
The Queensland State Government has passed a reform bill that means mining companies working in the state will now financially contribute to rehabilitation costs for abandoned mines.
It is no secret that mining produces waste that can be damaging to the environment, but with advances in technology and knowledge, the ability to reduce the environmental impacts of mine tailings improves.