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CIM 2023: Unlocking the value in water and tailings management

Moving away from traditional tailings ponds has been considered an expensive endeavour in the past; however, as access and the cost of water become more challenging, the industry is looking to use less water while increasing production.

 “The cheapest water to use at a mine site is the water you already have."

“The cheapest water to use at a mine site is the water you already have."

"The cheapest water to use at a mine site is the water you already have," said Benjamin Cox, head of mining solutions at the University of British Columbia. Cox spoke of the cost of water in Chile and...

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