End of life: how are new technologies helping to shut down spent mines?

End of life: how are new technologies helping to shut down spent mines?

The closure of a mine site is an intensive process, requiring the removal of a wide range of dangerous equipment and waste in order to return it to a safe ecological area. But technology has come a long way over the last few years to ease the process, with new developments improving land management, sinkhole and groundwater remediation. Molly Lempriere takes a look. Read more at mining-technology.com

2017-03-30 14:13