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09 Jul 2018

EPA Rolling Back Mining Wastewater Regs – Tailings, Water-related Risk Endures

On 26 June 2018, the EPA Administrator released a memo directing relevant offices to limit EPA authority under Section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act. This section of the law currently provides EPA wit... »

Water and Mining: What in the World is Happening with Tailings?

A joint presentation by Bluefield and WesTech at the SME Annual Conference in Minneapolis, looks at how the mining industry is changing.  Recent price upswing has kick-started project expansions and ... »

Barrick Gold, Chile Sketch Smart Water Strategies

On 17 January 2018, Chile’s environmental authority SMA sanctioned Barrick Gold with the permanent closure of its Pascua Lama mine. The decision is based on four key infractions that stem from non-c... »

19 Jul 2017

Peru Mining Adjusts to New Water Realities

Peru has seen a significant shift in its regulation of water management for mining, with an exponential increase in reported violations. The global mining market’s recovery in 2017... »

18 Mar 2015

Commodity Swings Alter LatAm Desal Landscape

In the first quarter of 2015, Latin America's desalination sector is showing an uptick in project activity with discrete opportunities in Chile and Mexico.... »

Water Solutions for Global Mining: Competition, Costs & Demand Outlook, 2014–2019

In-depth report on water solutions for the mining industry -- available for online purchase and immediate download... »



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