Magazine Archive 2012-2014

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Premier African Minerals Needs $4M For Mining Project

News Article Premier African Minerals requires about $4 million to start developing open pit mining and processing operations at its RHA Tungsten project 20 kilometres South East of Hwange. PAM holds a 49 percent interest in the tungsten project while the remaining 51 percent stake is held by the National Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Board. The mining company assigned[…]

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Modular Testwork Facilities now available: APT launches Field Assay Laboratory

Download the Brochure APT is proud to announce the addition of a fully equipped modular testwork facilities, the field assay laboratory, to its range of modular minerals process solutions. As with all APT plants, these laboratories are pre-specified and supplied in “quick-fit” kit form to allow rapid manufacturing on site and to make them quickly and easily trans-locatable[…]

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Mobile Exploration and Production Kit Now Launched by APT

The above mobile exploration and production kit has now been launched by APT.  The aim of this minerals recovery and exploration kit is found in taking small and medium scale exploration and production to a new level, and enabling smaller mines to grow and develop on a more suitable budget, without compromising on quality but[…]


(MKTW) Desert Gold Ventures Commences a Mining Feasibility Study on Its Barani East Project in Western Mali

Magazine Website TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Jun 2, 2014) – Desert Gold Ventures Inc. (TSX VENTURE:DAU) (the “Company” or “Desert Gold”) is pleased to record extensive metallurgical test work conducted on bulk mining samples from the recently drilled and sampled Barani East Gold Deposit (the “Deposit”) indicates gold recoveries up to 85%. The company is currently engaged[…]

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APT Makes Artisanal Mining Work

“Appropriate Process Technologies (APT) is assisting the 15 million artisanal and small scale (ASM) gold miners around the world with the development of a gold production mining unit system that avoids the use of mercury, reducing costs along with environmental impact”.  Small-scale miners extract between 10-15% of the global gold supply chain but make up[…]

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ASM Artisanal Small-Scale Mining Comes of age – new technology for Mining Family Units

“Fifteen million artisanal and small scale (ASM) gold miners exist in the world today with a further 100 million people who are dependent on ASM”. Small-scale miners extract between 10-15% of the global gold supply chain, yet they make up over 90% of the labour force in gold mining worldwide. For endless ages this sector has[…]

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Company Focuses on Expanding PGM Recovery Modules

Magazine Website Modular mineral processing plant manufacturer Appropriate Process Technologies (APT) CEO Kevin Peacocke says the company has increased its focus on designing and incorporating modular platinum-group metal- (PGM-) specific gravity recovery systems, which can be used to retreat tailing and to process primary ores, and has now included these PGM recovery modules to their range.  “Our[…]

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Unearth Your Potential

Mining Decisions Article featuring APT Download PDF | Magazine Website Appropriate Process Technologies (APT) is a leading supplier of small-to-medium scale mineral processing plants that help customers mine without large-scale investment. With a growing global agency network, APT’s mineral recovery technology is garnering worldwide attention with numerous installations in Africa, South America and Asia. The company’s vision[…]

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Mineral Processing Plant & A Seatbelt Are Similar? Here’s Why!

Download PDF | Magazine Website Mineral processing plant solutions and seatbelts appear to be entirely different. In 1950, just under 40 000 people were killed in traffic accidents in a single year. This very high death toll caused an ingenious man – Robert McNamara – to find a solution. He adopted the seat belt, widely used[…]