EXPLORATION

Sorting technology advances level exploration playing field

Technological improvements which improve the sorting of minerals can help to level the playing field for junior explorers seeking to build and operate their own mines.

David Whitehouse
 A TOMRA sorter in action at Letšeng Diamond Mine in Lesotho

A TOMRA sorter in action at Letšeng Diamond Mine in Lesotho

The urgency for better sorting arises because higher-grade ore bodies are becoming ever harder to find, says Anthony Viljoen, chief executive of Andrada Mining, which has lithium, tin and tantalum mining...

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