As Australia’s water supplies continue to plummet, mining companies are searching for new ways to process minerals without using a tailings dam. Alfa Laval offers an answer to this need with advanced dewatering solutions.
Mining companies have a role to play in reducing their environmental footprint. But this shouldn’t mean less efficiency for them. FLSmidth has solutions that offer both benefits.
Australian Mining speaks to comminution expert, Peter Erlynne, about how plant operators can get the best run from their crushers and avoid unnecessary downtime.
The European Commission has approved the proposed combination of Metso’s minerals business and Outotec, with the merger on track for completion in June.
With Minprovise’s all-encompassing skills in minerals processing, it is no surprise that the company is chasing a bigger goal: to be an end-to-end solution provider.
Metso and Outotec are on the verge of combining into a minerals processing powerhouse. Ben Creagh explores what this, along with Metso’s vision for autonomous mineral processing, means for mining.
Stephan Kirsch’s appointment as global president of Metso’s mining equipment business area in July came at an exciting time for the company.
Autonomous equipment has emerged in some areas of mining, but minerals processing remains a sector where uptake of the technology has been limited. That’s not to say it isn’t possible.
Rio Tinto has signed a five-year global equipment agreement with FLSmidth for the supply of fixed equipment, including minerals processing and materials handling technologies, spare parts, consumables, and maintenance, consultancy and professional services.
Metso’s proposed tie-up with Outotec Oyj has been approved at an extraordinary general meeting held by the company in Helsinki.
Reduction in cyanide purchased for gold recovery is not wishful thinking. GreenGold Technology tells Australian Mining about the technology that could revolutionise gold process plants.
As minerals processing, digital plants and effective plant operations are becoming more important for mining companies, Australia’s largest mining event is set to examine the challenges of processing plants of the future.
The University of South Australia (UniSA) will partner with the Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence to develop technologies and improved techniques for extracting and processing minerals that use less water, less energy and minimise waste.
Lincom Group’s size reduction crusher has been successfully processing concrete for Auckland Quarry, a quarry in the city’s central suburb of Mt Wellington.
With the installation of CDE Meta’s latest Australian project, the company is confident a focus on sustainable minerals processing practices will continue to emerge thanks to its novel modular approach.
FMR Investments was formed in 2007 when specialist hard rock underground mining services provider Barminco – founded in 1987, divested its contracting business.
The minerals processing company has debuted the eccentric roll crusher (ERC), an innovation for the primary reduction of hard rock and ore ideal for underground and surface mines.
Thyssenkrupp is engaging its engineering prowess to make minerals processing more water, energy and space efficient. Australian Mining looks at how the company achieves this.
Original equipment manufacturers (OEM) Lincom Group and McLanahan Corporation have signed a contract that will see the former become the official Australian distributor of McLanahan’s sand and aggregates processing range.
Nepean Conveyors is planning to change the game for materials handling in 2019 by introducing its agile relocatable conveyor system.