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TÜV SÜD Faces Group Claim in Germany Over 2019 Brazil Dam Collapse

Vale and Brazil State Do Not Reach Agreement Over Brumadinho

BHP, Glencore, Anglo American Face OECD Investigation Over Environmental Damage and Human Rights Abuses at Colombian Coal Mine

Geelong Consultancy MEKS Solutions Part of a Consortium in the Top 10 of the BHP Tailings Challenge

Antilles Progresses $20m Tailings Project Dispute Claim

Brazilian Dam Collapse Could Have Been Predicted with Right Monitoring Technology

Brazilian Dam Collapse Could Have Been Predicted with Latest Satellite Radar Imaging Technique, Study Finds

New Century Cuts Century Rehabilitation Bills


Video of Webinar on Tailings Dewatering


Responsible Mining Foundation Concerned about Thousands of Abandoned, At-Risk Tailings Facilities Worldwide

Is the Momentum of Mitigating Tailings Risk Being Maintained?

CGG Joins Mine Tailings Monitoring Research Project

Cleaning up Tailings Standards: Why this Time Really is Different

France’s CGG Joins Mine Tailings Monitoring Research Project Led by Amira


MMG Seeking Superintendent – Tailings & Water Projects for Tasmania

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