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​Gold mine tailings dam close to collapse
Editorial
27/02/15 - St Barbara’s Gold Ridge tailings dam is reportedly close to collapse as its water levels continue to rise.
​World Coal Association calls for investment in clean coal tech
Editorial
16/02/15 - The World Coal Association has called for more investment in cleaner coal technologies to meet energy demand while cutting carbon emissions.
EPA fines Bluescope Steel over water pollution
Editorial
05/02/15 - The NSW Environment Protection Authority has fined BlueScope Steel over a spill containing cyanide that entered a drain at the Port Kembla Steel Works.
Singapore looks to sustainability and remanufacturing technologies
Editorial
04/02/15 - A new facility in Singapore allows companies to reuse old products their manufacturing processes.
Court challenge will test coal mining's climate culpability
Editorial
16/01/15 - Will a new court case set legal precedents making coal mines responsible for emissions caused by use of the coal mined?
​New nickel accumulating plants uncovered
Editorial
14/01/15 - Researchers have uncovered dozens of new nickel hyperaccumulator plants in a study in Borneo.
​BHP to hold Seed Bank ‘think tank’
Editorial
12/01/15 - BHP has partnered with the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority to hold a ‘think thank’ as part of a multi-million dollar Restoration Seed Bank Initiative.
EPA fines Pasminco for environmental breaches
Editorial
12/01/15 - The EPA has issued Pasminco two fines of $1500 for pollution associated with the remediation of its Lake Macquarie lead smelter.
​Orica to build new flaring plants on Kooragang
Editorial
07/01/15 - Orica has be given the greenlight for the construction of three new ammonia flaring systems at its Kooragang Island plant.
Chile's mines set hot pace on renewables — Australia take note
Editorial
07/01/15 - Despite the falling cost of energy, new leaps forward in sustainability for miners are still being made.
Watpac wins Sirius nickel project contract
Editorial
05/01/15 - Watpac has won the contract to build the tailings storage facility at Sirius Resources' Nova nickel project.
Power controller helps buildings manage power consumption
Supplier news
11/12/14 - ABB is helping commercial and industrial buildings optimise power consumption with the Emax 2 Ekip Power Controller, a load management software.

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