January 2020 - Clean Earth Technologies
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Clean gold captures the international spotlight

Clean Earth Technologies’ flagship mining product has won top honours in the prestigious 2019 international Mining Magazine Awards, announced today (24 Jan 2020). The industry-choice awards celebrate excellence and innovation in the global mining industry, shining a spotlight on those who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to advancing the industry in the past 12 months. CET’s…
Staying ahead of the sustainability game clean earth

Staying a step ahead of the sustainability game

Public concern about sustainability and environmental impact have increased significantly in recent years as the effects of climate change take hold. The mining industry is firmly in their sights as awareness grows around the industry’s reliance on toxic chemicals, like cyanide and mercury, and the major risks they present to health and the environment. Clean…
Eco-drawcard for mining millennials press releases

Eco-drawcard needed for millennials in mining

Environmental responsibility is a top priority for millennials and could be the drawcard the mining industry needs to address a shortage of talent in the industry, according to experts heading for an international mining conference in Africa next month, from 3rd – 6th February 2020. The Africa 2020 Mining Outlook, released ahead of Investing in…
Clean tech features as global miners focus on future

Clean tech features as global miners focus on future

Sustainability and Clean tech in 2020 and beyond will be the focus as leading players in the global mining sector gather at the world’s biggest mining investment event—the Investing in African Mining Indaba. In his keynote speech at the conference—which takes place in Cape Town, South Africa, from 3rd – 6th February 2020—Anglo American CEO…
Mining in South Africa

Stopping the sun from setting on South African mining

South Africa has some catching up to do in the mining industry. Exploration methods and technologies will require healthy innovation before the industry can see marked improvement. Minerals Council SA suggests mining investment for the country “could almost double in the next four years,” but as Scarlett Evans of Mining Technology reports, “to achieve this,…
Are current oil spill clean-up methods clean enough?

Are current oil spill clean-up methods clean enough?

The impacts of serious oil spills can be felt for decades, with some damage being completely irreparable. Doused with suffocating black sludge, the waterways, marine life, land animals, plant biodiversity, infrastructure and economy in affected areas are all at risk. Fast, efficient, economical and responsible oil spill clean-up techniques are vital if nature and the…