Mineral Process Optimisation
Dealing with low-grade ore
Emerging technologies are improving the characterisation and sorting capabilities of plants, allowing them to divert low-grade ore from downstream processing.
Greener and safer leaching options
Non-hazardous leaching alternatives are slowly being explored and implemented across new & existing mining operations, creating sustainable practices to improve output and decrease risk. We share some golden examples.
Insights from 2019 World Gold Conference
To remain sustainable into the future, the Australian gold mining industry needs to engage innovators to help them address and resolve key environmental, social and governance issues.
Reducing the carbon intensity of metals production
Metal production relies strongly on carbon, and therefore reducing your carbon intensity is not simple. With growing pressure on operations to cut CO2 emissions our latest blog discusses different process changes that could reduce your carbon intensity.
Erosion of plant equipment
Preventing premature erosion of mineral processing equipment through fluids engineering can minimise the high-level cost and risk of relying on replacements
Insights from AusIMM Lithium & Battery Metals Conference 2019
The AUSIMM conference 2019 provided great insight into the switch towards including downstream processing in new battery minerals processing builds. As the opportunities for new processing operations increase, so do the expectations that mining operators will create value for local communities.
Falling ore grade and increasing ore complexity are making metallurgical testwork more challenging. We can help you overcome insufficient testing.
Optimising processes at pilot scale
Pilot scale facilities present a more accurate representation of process optimisation than other scale and modelling methods alone.
Insights from TMS 2019
TMS 2019 uncovered three key challenges facing the mineral processing sector this year, and into the future. Discover how these challenges could affect your operation and how you can overcome them.