In our weekly blog post, you find resources about developments on cyanide monitoring and process optimisation.
We were glad to have Christine Blackmore, Associate Director at Wardell Armstrong International and ICMI-accredited Lead Auditor for the cyanide code, join us as a guest speaker in our last webinar.
The use of cyanide in gold recovery has been a controversial topic in the face of social and environmental concerns, especially after spillage accidents as seen in Baia Mare in 2000. We explore some questions around cyanide-free gold leaching to get an understanding of this controversy and what it means for mining companies.
Automated online analysers were first commercially installed at the end of the 1980s. While some utilise the principle similar to spectrophotometry, recent technologies are commonly based on the potentiometric endpoint using silver nitrate titration.
The term “Swiss Made” was initially coined in the late 19th century for watches made in Switzerland. As the name often represents an assurance in product quality, reliability, and precision, it is also primarily adopted across other industries like engineering and software.