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Mine and mineral processing water neutralisation and metal precipitation using MHL

John Van Wingerden \ June 30, 2020

Now that you are thoroughly sick and tired of online meetings, an invitation to another webinar is the last thing on your mind.

But imagine if that one webinar saved you thousands in chemical costs or helped avoid a nastic caustic burn at your site?

IER has created just that, an alternative to Caustic soda and lime that can cut your chemical costs and is safe enough to swim in (floaties recommended).

AMALGAM is an Ultra High Surface Area Magnesium based product that can replace regular alkali in most processes where acid neutralisation or heavy metal precipitation is required.

During the webinar, Michael Wheatland, a chemical engineer with over 15 years experience in the minerals industry demonstrates how gold, copper, coal and other mines around Australia are using MHL to neutralise process or waste water to achieve better costs, safer process and a better environmental outcome.

The water cycle in Australia with our droughts and downpours is always a challenge for mine sites. We understand the challenges, as we own our own Mine site in South Australia.

Magnesium hydroxide for wastewater

Over the years, we have helped many customers, from a range of industries, with their wastewater challenges. The strength and success of our organisation is due to quality of our products and the commitment of our team.

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