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Vale plans for underground fish farming

Vale plans for underground fish farming

20-centimetre-long rainbow trout are poured into the fast-flowing water of Onaping River in Sudbury. Accustomed to their 1,500-litre tanks..

June 1, 2012 with 0 Comments

Rethinking how we mine

Editor’s note: The following is an edited version of a speech by Alex Henderson, general manager, mines and mill technology, North..

December 1, 2011 with 0 Comments

Mill upgrade boosts nickel recoveries

A $200 million upgrade currently under way at Vale’s Clarabelle Mill in Sudbury will increase nickel recoveries by four per cent and..

September 1, 2011 with 0 Comments

QuadraFNX unveils Victoria’s secrets

                  “It’s all about copper at Quadra FNX,” chief operating officer Michael..

March 1, 2011 with 0 Comments

Redpath unveils newest raisedrill

The most powerful raisedrill in the world, the Redpath Group’s Redbore 100, is scheduled to begin drilling two ventilation raises at Vale..

December 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

Euphoria and the law of gravity

Euphoria pretty well summarizes the state of the mining industry in 2008 and the mood in the Ontario mining cluster of Sudbury, Timmins and..

September 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

New scissor lift truck boosts productivity

MacLean Engineering and Marketing has introduced a new underground scissor lift truck featuring a remote drive system and a deck with side..

September 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

Soils study predicts limited risks to community

The following is an interview with Chris Wren, director of the Sudbury Area Risk Assessment (SARA) Group, an affiliation of companies and..

September 1, 2008 with 0 Comments

Greener pastures around Vale Inco’s Sudbury smelter

Greener pastures around Vale Inco’s Sudbury smelter One of Vale Inco’s environmental initiatives is giving a new green look to the..

September 1, 2008 with 1 Comment

Itasca Canada consultants in demand around the world

It’s hardly surprising that one of the largest geomechanics consulting groups in the world is based in Sudbury.Itasca Consulting Canada..

September 1, 2008 with 0 Comments
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