Lynas Rare Earths has announced that it will deliver a $500 million expansion of its Western Australian Mt Weld...
Works to remove a wastewater treatment plant at the Macquarie Point development in Tasmania are underway, signalling a critical...
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Early ticket release: WA Mining 2022 August 3, 2022
The ultimate event for mining and engineering professionals is back; the WA Mini...
Controlling the rate of flow in centrifugal pumping systems and impacts on efficiency July 20, 2022
There are three basic ways of controlling flow rate from centrifugal pumps. Thes...
Working towards more efficient slurry operations July 19, 2022
The pump is the heart of mining slurry operations. By paying close attention to ...
Efficient active volume mixing with Vaughan Rotamix July 15, 2022
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Vogelsang launches new rotary lobe pumps for demanding media July 14, 2022
With its EP series and VY series, Vogelsang GmbH & Co. KG from Essen (Oldenb...
The WA Government has announced over $1 million in new funding for projects to improve water security and managing climate change in regional communities by building and upgrading water tanks, bores and irrigation systems.
South Australia’s largest wastewater treatment facility has achieved record levels of energy self-sufficiency by generating over 3,000MWh of energy from biogas using its anaerobic digesters.
Lynas has announced that it will deliver a $500 million expansion of its Western Australian Mt Weld mine, using a range of upscaled processing equipment.
Repairs, upgrades and refurbishments to water and sewerage infrastructures continue in the wake of extreme downpour and flood events on New South Wales’ Central Coast.
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