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Chile predicts 230 per cent rise in seawater use in mining
Projections from the Chilean Ministry of Mines are for 230 per cent growth in use of seawater by the nation's copper mining industry in the next 10 years.
Almar Water Solutions signs MoU with ENAPAC project, Chile
Almar Water Solutions has become an equity investor in ENAPAC, a proposed solar-powered desalination project in Atacama, Chile.
Water in Mining 2019 unveils full speaker line-up
Water in Mining 2019 has unveiled its full conference programme packed with debate, knowledge sharing, networking, case studies, round tables and panel discussions on the latest in water management for mining companies.
Water in Mining 2019 to target global mining's water issues
Water in Mining is introducing its first global conference to address water management challenges within the mining sector.
Call for papers for LatAm Congress 2018
ALADYR, the Latin America desalination and water reuse association, has put out a call for technical papers for presentation at its upcoming International Congress on desalination and water reuse in Santiago, Chile.
Capstone to develop Santo Domingo with desalination
Capstone Mining Corporation is reviewing its holding in Santo Domingo copper-iron-gold project in Chile, after completing a technical report on future developments to include a desalination project.
Solar desalination plant to supply Chilean mines is approved
Trends Industrial's ambitious, multi-client, solar-powered desalination project to supply water to mines in Atacama desert, Chile, has been approved by the country's environmental agency.
Teck wins approval for Chilean copper mine desalination project
Canadian mining firm Teck Resources has won environmental approval for a proposed desalination plant at Quebrada Blanca copper mine in northern Chile.
UN urges desalination industry to improve on brine
The United Nations has called on the desalination industry to clean up its act on brine as the number of desalination plants worldwide continues to climb.
DeepWater Desal drives to overturn Monterey County ownership rule
Desalination project developer DeepWater Desal, in California, US, is seeking to overturn the rules of Monterey County that all desalination plants must be publicly owned, reports Monterey Herald.
Piedmont signs new supply and distribution contracts
Piedmont, a producer of corrosion resistant equipment for desalination plants, has signed a roster of new supply and partner distribution agreements globally.
California gives green light to Monterey desalination plant
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved the Monterey Peninsula Supply Project, which includes a 6.4 million gallons a day (24,227 m3/d) desalination plant north of Monterey.
Egypt pledges $51 billion for water projects over 20 years
Egypt is stepping up efforts to address water scarcity, pledging EGP 900 billion ($51 billion) for a national water management plan over 20 years.
MOF membranes will slash energy use, harvest lithium, say researchers
The authors of a new study on metal-organic framework (MOF) membranes have claimed that the material can desalinate water with far higher energy efficiency compared to traditional desalination membranes.
Mitsui & ACS source finance for Spence copper mine project
Mitsui & Co and ACS Group have secured $560 million in financing for the Spence copper mine desalination plant project in northern Chile, reports Latin Finance.
Antofagasta to construct $500 million desalination plant
Antofagasta is to expand Minera Los Pelambres copper mine in Chile, constructing a new desalination plant and water pipeline as part of the works.
Florida district sets spending priorities for $142.5 million budget
St John's River Water Management District, Florida, has set a budget of $142.5 million for 2018-19, covering projects including water reuse and aquifer recharge initiatives, and public-private partnerships.
Tetra Tech bags $60 million LA contract
Tetra Tech has won a $60 million contract from Los Angeles County, US, for planning and technical support across its Water Resource Core Services Area projects, including water reuse.
Singapore to tender S$5 billion of water and waste works
Singapore's PUB and National Environment Agency (NEA) are to tender more than S$5 billion ($3.7 billion) of works covering civil, mechanical and electrical engineering for Tuas Nexus, an integrated wastewater and waste treatment facility.
Brown and Caldwell raids Stantec for water reuse expertise
Brown and Caldwell has poached three senior water reuse professionals from Stantec as it moves to strengthen its water reuse practice in the US.