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Veolia commissions water treatment facility to treat West Virginia waterways

Veolia Water has commissioned and begun managing the operations of one of CONSOL Energy Inc’s Zero Liquid Waste (ZLW) facilities in West Virginia, which removes contaminants in mine water.
Breaking News Article Reports 03 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Hochschild Mining in US$280 million deal to buy Peruvian assets

Silver producer Hochschild Mining plc said it would buy the 40% stakes it doesn’t already own in two Peruvian assets for US$280 million via the acquisition of Toronto-listed International Mineral Corp (IMZ).
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 02 Oct 2013 0 Stars

Water savings: Save water and increase uptime

Double mechanical seals and tank systems can greatly reduce a mine’s water footprint
Reports Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Community engagement: Taking responsibility

Organisations must take CSR responsibilities seriously
Reports Article EMEA 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Anglo American is greenest miner

Anglo American plc has been recognised for its sustainability prowess for the 11th consecutive year and as mining industry leader for the second year in a row on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) 2013
Magazine Article EMEA 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Oceans: Pollution prevention

The maritime industry needs to collaborate to address a global challenge
Headline Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Carbon emissions

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced its long-awaited Clean Air Act standards to cut carbon pollution from new power plants in a bid to combat climate change and improve public health
Magazine Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Ontario slams Vale with record fine for deaths

The Canadian unit of Brazilian miner Vale SA has been fined C$1.05 million (US$1.02 million) for a 2011 accident that killed two workers at its mine in Sudbury, Ontario
Magazine Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Rio lawsuit

Rio Tinto, which provided the metal for the 2012 Olympic medals, is being sued over claims that the company violated clean-air laws at the open-pit mine in Utah that produced 99% of the metals used for the London Olympic and Paralympic games last year
Magazine Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Security arrangements: Mitigating risk

Is physical security and corporate liability the next frontier in CSR?
Reports Article EMEA 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Oceans: Deep seabed mining

An urgent wake-up call to protect our oceans is needed, says Greenpeace
Reports Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Law: Rule of law

The new Conflict Minerals Rule affects mining and metals companies across the world
Reports Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Anglo American pulls out of Pebble project

Anglo American plc has announced its decision to pull out of the Pebble gold and copper project in Alaska
Magazine Article Americas 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Red Kite founders spin off US$1.14bn mining fund

The managing partners of investment fund Red Kite Group agreed to split the business in two and spin off the US$1.14 billion mining finance fund under Oskar Lewnowski
Headline Article Finance 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

E&Y highlights substitution threat

The commercialisation of shale gas in the US was “far swifter than anyone anticipated” and has contributed to more than 50 coal mines being closed in the last two years, according to an Ernst & Young (E&Y) report
Headline Article Production and Markets 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Mt Milligan starts production

Production of copper-gold concentrate has started at the Mt Milligan mine in British Columbia, Canada
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Thompson’s head

Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc said Jacques Perron would be made chief executive, effective October 15, 2013, replacing Kevin Loughrey who will retire as chairman and CEO
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Iron ore: Long road to recovery

After a difficult year for the iron-ore market, what is the outlook like for 2014?
Reports Article Reports 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Barrick Gold’s cost cutting bites

The world’s largest gold producer by sales, Barrick Gold Corp, would focus on five core operations in the Americas, as it sought to cut costs and reduce capital expenditure, its chief executive Jamie Sokalsky told delegates at the Denver Gold Forum
Magazine Article Production and Markets 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars

Bradford in at PMI

PMI Gold Corp non-executive director Peter Bradford was made president and chief executive (CEO) of the Africa-focused gold producer following the resignation of former CEO Collin Ellison
Appointment Announcement Article People and Appointments 27 Sep 2013 0 Stars
Read articles from the latest Print Edition - MJ 29/08/14
Russian precious-metals company Polymetal International plc has made significant progress at the Semcha platinum-group metals (PGM) property in the past year as it moves the project towards a preliminary economic assessment
The Republic of Guinea intends to launch, pursuant to the mining Code, a competitive and transparent invitation to tender for three bauxite mining blocks located in the prefectures of Boffa, Boké and Télimélé.
Indochine Mining Limited is developing a high-grade gold project at Mt Kare in PNG by rapidly developing wide, high-grade gold zones
Sarama Resources is a West Africa-focused gold explorer with substantial landholdings in Burkina Faso, Liberia and Mali.
Midway Gold is an emerging, near-term gold producer on track to bring its first million-ounce project, the Pan mine, to production in 2014

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