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Scarce water supplies drive wastewater treatment market in mining industry

As the mining industry moves further into areas with scarce natural water sources, the global water and wastewater market in the industry is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.69 percent from 2014 to 2018.
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Mining industry equipment suppliers see modest gains

To long-time industry vendors, this recovery does seem different
The mining industry has it all. Its highly speculative endeavors require huge capital investment for technology-driven, remote-area operations that entail substantial safety and environmental concerns.
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Veolia outlines strategic move towards mining industry

French water and environmental services giant Veolia Environnement SA is looking to increase its share of sales to the mining industry.
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From Finland to the world

Heavy-duty valve, pump maker plans further geographic and product line expansion
The thing we call globalization was early taken advantage of – was in fact first accomplished by – industrial mega-corporations with the means to distribute product worldwide. The next step taken was to position productive capacity in regional configurations.
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British mining company takes US government to court over uranium mining

British mining company Vane Minerals has started legal action against the U.S. government over its decision to impose a moratorium on new mining operations for 20 years on more than 1 million acres outside the Grand Canyon.
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Mining companies to be forced to disclose payment details

Canada is introducing mandatory payment disclosure rules for mining companies in a bid to increase transparency in transactions and business operations.
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EPA deems Alaska copper mine harmful to local ecosystem

The EPA estimated that a mining operation similar to plans to dig the large open-pit Pebble Mine at Alaska's Bristol Bay region could destroy up to 90 miles of salmon and trout spawning streams.
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Colorado molybdenum mine project gets approval from US Forest Service

Federal approval from the U.S. Forest Service has been granted to U.S. Energy Corporation's molybdenum mine planned to open on Mount Emmons, near Crested Butte, Colo.
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Mining companies seek permission to extract uranium from Navajo territories

U.S. uranium mining companies are still interested in developing mining operations in New Mexico land occupied by the Navajo Nation, as estimates suggest there might be up to 70 million tons of naturally occurring uranium buried underground.
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US mining industry hopeful for 2013

Speaking at press conference at the U.S. National Mining Association's (NMA) headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 28, NMA president and CEO Hal Quinn stated that global demand for coal and other natural resources will do the industry good.
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