The Mine Ventilation Society of South Africa
The growth and formation of the Mine Ventilation Society follows the fascinating history of the mining industry in South Africa.
A number of farsighted professionals recognised the need for a forum to discuss common ventilation problems, and in 1944 The Mine Ventilation Society of South Africa was formed. The growth and success of the Society has been due to the vision of these early members, many of whom were charismatic and colourful characters. It is often said that the strength of a society is its members and the MVSSA certainly has had many strong and dedicated members.
IMPORTANT NOTICES 2018
Here are the Photo Competition Winners: First Place: Bruce Doyle – Sunrise over DRC Mine Second Place: Miguel Coelho – The photo depicts a main fan station in the foreground and a headgear of a shaft that was constructed inRead More…
Here’s the link – Conference 2018 Photographs https://photos.app.goo.gl/X0Xc6vm2XNxWCrbd2
Multinational heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) equipment producer Johnson Controls is seeing stable demand growth for its robust cooling solutions, as mining operations in Africa expand into more remote locations and to significantly greater depths, says Johnson Controls Africabuilding efficiency GM Neil Cameron. Read More
29th September 2017 Mining companies willing to engage in substantive change by rethinking strategy and embracing disruption to help unlock productivity and improve sustainability, will be best positioned to succeed in upcoming years, says advisory firm DeloitteRead More…
As a means of protecting the environment, nonwoven geotextile manufacturer Fibertex uses chemical-binder-free products and production processes to manufacture Fibertex geotextiles, which are made of virgin polypropylene (PP) material. Read more: miningweekly.co.za
Fluctuating power supply or complete failure thereof at a mine, interrupting mining process, could result in serious consequences, emphasises power generation equipment designer and manufacturer Cummins Africa power solutions director Kenneth Gaynor. Read More: www.miningweekly.com
The gold mining industry in Tanzania is facing highly-sensitive environmental challenges related to the storage of treated gold plant residues in tailings ponds, mixer and peristaltic pumps manufacturer Afromix MD Eugene Els tells Mining Weekly. Afromix hasRead More…