Clean Earth Technologies Completes Metallurgical Testing Work For North Macedonian Plavica Gold-Copper-Silver Mine Project

Clean Mining, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clean Earth Technologies Group, has completed metallurgical test work for Genesis Resources Limited “Genesis”) at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Perth, Australia, with results of five samples of ore from the North Macedonian Plavica Gold-Copper-Silver mine project demonstrating average Gold recovery rates of between 80-85%.…
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Nu Fortune Gold leads the way with Clean Mining technology

Nu Fortune Gold Ltd’s mines will be the world’s first to implement the award-winning Clean Mining advanced gold processing technology and to produce certified ‘Clean Gold’ in Western Australia. Regarded as the mineral processing technology of the future and developed for more than a decade by CSIRO — Australia’s national science agency, Clean Mining’s non-toxic…
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Reducing the use of mercury in ASGM a priority

In many artisanal and small scale mining (ASGM) operations, mercury is typically used to extract gold from ore. An amalgam — a mixture of mercury and gold — is heated to recover gold, and this process induces adverse health effects and long term environmental pollution. ASGM is an important socioeconomic sector for the rural poor…
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A Call to Responsible, Clean Mining

Responsible, clean mining is not a pipe dream. Employees of gold mining companies can enjoy better health, safety, and peace of mind if mining operations are conducted in a clean, safe, and sustainable manner. The social contract around mining activity has evolved from a past focus centred around paying the relevant taxes to today’s more…
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Mining governance and standards in emerging markets

For investors, good practices of reporting on mineral deposits and exploration activities build trust in a country’s mining capabilities. As more countries ban the use of cyanide and mercury in gold mining, mining regulations and standards have also improved dramatically in recent years. To accommodate new mining codes in various jurisdictions, companies have evolved their…
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