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Quarries use water, too

18th March 2020 For an outsider, water management might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of quarries. However, water availability and wastewater management have been a strong focus for quarrying and mining operators since early 2000s when the states introduced mandatory licences for... 

Weir Minerals launches three new LEWIS® pumps to significantly expand market-leading product line

28th February 2020 New Lewis® VL Axial Pump, Lewis® Horizontal Process Pump and Lewis® Vertical High Pressure Molten Salt Pump combine efficient engineering, unmatched pump performance and the outstanding wear life of the famous Lewmet® nickel-chrome alloy. Weir Minerals would like to announce three new additions... 

Warman® DWU – the pump in a class of its own

24th February 2020 The market offers specialised slurry pumps to handle thick and abrasive slurries, as well as submersible and sump pumps for pumping clean water, but neither of these options provide an effective solution for pumping dirty mine water.  Weir Minerals took its extensive knowledge of pumping slurries... 

Improved Local Design Of Enduron Vibrating Screens By Weir Minerals

13th February 2020 With its extensive range of Enduron® vibrating screens proven in the field, Weir Minerals Africa is now locally designing and manufacturing new-generation linear motion vibrating screens. South Africa also hosts Weir Minerals’ global screening and separation technology group.   According to... 
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World Green Building Council collaborates with BBC on buildings series

The World Green Building Council (WGBC) has partnered with filmmaker BBC StoryWorks to deliver a landmark film series. The series will air on the BBC television network between September and December 

Both large, small markets suffering solar PV supply chain effects

The disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic on Chinese solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing companies has prompted a major jolt in the global solar PV supply chain, says analytics and consulting company GlobalData. “The resulting shortage of PV components is disrupting the industry at a... 
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