Mining waste set to grow, but ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ solutions abound

The evolution of waste management techniques to accommodate the shift to low-grade ores by mining operations is one of the key emerging trends in the global mining waste management market, states UK market research company Technavio.

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Photo by Bloomberg MARKET POTENTIAL The African mining waste management market is split between a handful of companies, however, there is potential for several small companies to enter the market in the form of independent waste management service companies
Photo by Bloomberg. waste management market is split between a handful of companies, however, there is potential for several small companies to enter the market in the form of independent waste management service companies

Tracy Hancock | 7 September 2018

The evolution of waste management techniques to accommodate the shift to low-grade ores by mining operations is one of the key emerging trends in the global mining waste management market, states UK market research company Technavio.

The London-headquartered company explains that, in the last decade, the evolution of mining procedures indicates that ore grades of most mineral commodities are on the decline, with the amount of waste generated at mining sites directly proportionate to the quality of ore grades.

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