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Off-grid containerised water treatment plant

Featured Image:Photo by Henrique Félix on Unsplash. Poor water quality or lack of access to clean water is linked to increased child morbidity, as well as diseases, including trachoma, diabetes, kidney disease, thyroid disease and cancer. The World Health Organisation has estimated that access to clean and safe water and sanitation could reduce the global […]

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Rio Tinto’s Juukan Caves Disaster – The State of Play

Featured Image: Protesters gathered outside Rio Tinto’s Perth office after the blasting of the Juukan caves. (Photo: SBS Australia) You will hopefully remember that the mongrels at Rio Tinto (LSE:RIO, ASX:RIO, NYSE:RIO) blasted two 46,000-year-old Aboriginal rock shelters of enormous cultural and technological significance into oblivion earlier this year, when they absolutely did not need […]

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Project of the Week: Mawson Gold Continue to Rock Australia

This weeks ‘Project of the Week’ takes on the plural form. I chatted to Mike Hudson, CEO of Mawson Gold, about their recently acquired Australian projects. Mawson began their exploration in Finland and have had success with Rompas-Rajapalot which is now NI 43-101 complaint and the most advanced Gold-Cobalt project in Finland. They expanded their […]

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Special Feature: What’s Happening with EV’s – Specifically Cobalt?

A Spotlight Special Feature: Timothy Strong – Project Development Manager – Global Energy Metals Corporation I have held an interest in the electric vehicle (‘EV’) sector and the battery metal space long before joining the team at Global Energy Metals Corp. (TSXV: GEMC | OTCQB:GBLEF) earlier this year. However, since joining this ambitious, industry minded […]

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