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Sustainability at the Kore

Inside Mining talks with Brad Sampson, CEO of Kore Potash – an advanced-stage mineral exploration and development company incorporated in the UK and listed on three stock exchanges – to delve deeper into the company’s take on sustainability. Inside...

Chemical fixation remediates polluted soil

The remediation of an arsenic-contaminated site has successfully paved the way for new commercial uses. When the Department of Environmental Affairs decided not to approve off-site disposal as a default remediation strategy, an alternative in situ...

Managing water demand

Water shortages in the Rustenburg area put significant pressure on mines and communities alike. By accurately modelling its water balance, Lonmin was able to achieve significant improvements in water use efficiency and water security for all....

From waste to resource

The first phase of the Tweefontein Water Reclamation Plant is now fully operational, providing 9 MLD of clean drinking water. Located 8 km east of the small town of Ogies in Mpumalanga, Glencore Operations South Africa has established the...

Arc flash safety

The mining industry has a reputation for being a high-risk business – these risks vary but are often serious and in some cases life threatening. The sustainability of the mining industry relies largely on safety, so it is important for miners to...

Sustainable gains

Sibanye-Stillwater is now the largest primary producer of platinum and the second largest palladium producer in the world, with a massive portfolio of operations across the mining sector. We get to understand how the group is uplifting communities...

Groundbreaking, in more ways than one

The Bauer Group is a leading provider of services, equipment and products dealing with groundwater and the ground itself. With over 110 subsidiaries, Bauer can rely on a worldwide network on all continents. The Group’s operations are divided into...