Mine Pit Lakes Study Collaborative Project

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MBS is excited to be involved in a joint mine pit lakes study with ChemCentre, CSIRO, the Department of Mines and Petroleum, Department of Water, and Department of Environmental Regulation. Our very own Dr Dave will be involved as part of the study team, building on a body of work MBS already undertakes for mining clients. More information on the project can be found on the ChemCentre website (external link).

MBS are proud partners with ChemCentre for a range of geochemical research projects including:

  • The LEAF Tools Project – a tool to assess the environmental impact of utilising waste-derived materials and by-products (more information at the ChemCentre website (external link)).
  • Chromium Reducible Sulfur Project – presented at the 2016 GEMG conference (presentation can be accessed on our Publications page).
  • Sequential Leaching Project – a rapid tool to predict long term leaching characteristics of mine wastes.