Monthly Archives: September 2021

Final Fantasy XIV Releases Some Details About Upcoming HQ Items Removal

Final Fantasy XIV doing a lot at the moment. Between preparing the launch of a new extension, Endwalker, coming soon, dealing with server issues, and now there are details about the upcoming end of HQ items and changes to the ongoing collection. The upcoming 6.0 update will eliminate HQ items …

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6 congressmen demand removal of Rana Gurjeet Singh from proposed cabinet list

Six Congressmen from Doaba and a former chairman of the Punjab Congress Committee have asked Navjot Singh Siddhu to remove Rana Gurjeet Singh from the proposed cabinet list due to his involvement in the “mining scandal” and instead “to include a clean Dalit face for the next elections ”. “ …

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Sentinels of Security Award, 2019 and 2020 | Mining

Forty US mining operations, including 12 coal mines and 28 mineral or metal mines – with two 2020 winners from Nevada – were awarded a Sentinels of Safety Award from the National Mining Association in a ceremony at MINExpo International in Las Vegas September 14. The Safety Watchers Awards recognize …

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Interview with the founder of Heimdal Carbon Removal, Erik Millar

You founded Heimdal with your friend Marcus Lima in 2020. How long has it been since you had the idea for the company and what was it originally inspired by? We started working on the business in October 2020. We started the business because climate change is the greatest threat …

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Skycatch Charts the Future of Autonomous Mining with DJI M300 Mapping and Analysis Solution

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on September 13, 2021 Skycatch, based in San Francisco, has made waves in the drone space with a range of mapping solutions suitable for mining applications, but, according to CTO David Chen, sees itself as a ” The software “. He explained to I AM: “We …

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NUM calls for closure and removal of Eskom CEO

DECLARATION OF THE NATIONAL UNION OF MINOR WORKERS: NUM Highveld region embarks on blackout in Eskom, calls for impeachment of power company CEO Andre de Ryter The Highveld Region National Miners’ Union (NUM) today organized a Regional Council of Eskom Works Stewards to discuss concerns about Eskom insulting its employees …

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NGM, i-80 gold exchange properties | Mining

ADELLA HARDING Mining Correspondent Nevada Gold Mines and i-80 Gold Corp. reached an agreement that gives NGM full ownership of the South Arturo mine and gives i-80 Gold the Lone Tree and Buffalo Mountain properties. In addition, i-80 Gold acquires the Ruby Hill mine from Waterton Global Resources Management. NGM …

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President’s impeachment reverses African nation’s slow progress towards democracy

This is a dramatic setback for Guinea, where many hoped the country had turned the page on military takeovers. On Sunday, the Guinean junta arrested President Alpha Condé and seized power in a coup. The junta also said that the provincial governors of Guinea would be replaced by regional commanders. …

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Future Industrial: Innovation of new efficiencies thanks to the elimination of colloidal silica

With the potential to cause lost revenue and, in the worst-case scenario, completely shut down a mine, finding innovative ways to identify and mitigate the risks associated with colloidal silica is crucial if mines are to remain operational and optimize their effectiveness, writes Daniel Verwey, Chief Technology Officer at Protea …

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Progress Made on Parrot Residue Removal | Local

Some suspect floors come out clean, some floors that look benign are actually dirty, added John Trudnowski, senior engineer at WET. That is why every load is tested. WET staff demonstrated what these tests looked like by placing overburden, tailings, slag, and black clay in bowls on the table – …

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Commission discusses elimination of racist language

It seems likely that the Alabama legislature will vote next year to remove outdated voting tax language from the state constitution. But a commission tasked with removing racist language from the state’s founding document is still considering what action, if any, needs to be taken regarding language dealing with separate …

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