TFM, one of the world’s largest copper and cobalt producers, realised additional $58M USD value in the first year of utilising Ramjack’s rROC.
With the passing of summer and the approach of winter, the deadline for achieving the Global Industry Standards on Tailings Management (GISTM) is rapidly approaching. In spite of this, it is shocking to see that the mining industry appears to be anywhere but close to a universal solution as it continues to suffer tailings failures around the world. Ramjack is here to help.
Following our discussion of responsible Tailing Storage Facility (TSF) management, we dive a bit deeper into some of the varying technologies commonly found in any monitoring program, and how they will support your Global Industry Standard on Tailings Management (GISTM) compliance. While many of these technologies are deployed on a piecemeal basis, it is often the case that a holistic approach is greater than the sum of each individual system.
Tailings storage facilities offer a unique set of risks that touch on all areas of ESG and require heightened and disciplined management processes. Made up of multiple dams storing discarded ore and chemical solvents, often in close proximity to local communities, it’s obvious why the risk is inherent.
ESG or Environmental, Social and corporate Governance is rapidly gaining attention amongst board members of heavy industry, mining included.
Modern-day real-time gas monitoring systems continue to advance the way mines streamline their post-blast re-entry protocol. Learn how advanced fixed and wireless all-in-one gas sensors increase productivity 10% – 30%, keep, personnel out of harms’ way, and contribute to your mine’s ESG journey.