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Making the most of red mud

“An octogenarian chemist’s latest invention turns hazardous aluminum mining waste into a material for cleaning up water”. Read the full article of Chemical & Engineering News by pressing here or by typing in your browser http://cen.acs.org/articles/92/i8/Making-Red-Mud.html Our deepest gratitude goes ...

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Red mud activity

Red mud continues to be a topic of high interest. Like in 2012, more than 400 publications were released in 2013, covering patents, articles etc. The most intense activity is recorded in China. The term “bauxite residue” does not seem ...

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The 32nd International Conference & Exhibition of ICSOBA will be held from 12 to 16 October, 2014

The 32nd International Conference & Exhibition of ICSOBA will be held from 12 to 16 October, 2014, organized in cooperation with Aluminum Corporation of China – CHINALCO hosted by Zhengzhou Research Institute of CHALCO in Henan province of China. Read ...

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Vedanta commissions red mud powder plant in Odisha

Vedanta Aluminium Ltd has commissioned a red mud powder producing unit at Lanjigarh refinery in Odisha, describing it as first of its kind in alumina industry tackling major environmental hazards. “The unique project of producing red mud powder has been ...

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The second international event of the IBAAS, in cooperation with the CHALIECO & ANTAIKE, takes place in China, November 28 to 30, 2013.

The title of the IBAAS – 2013 symposium is “Present Status and Future Prospects of Bauxite- Alumina-Aluminium Industry of the World, with Special Reference to China”. More information here: http://www.ibaas.info/

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Presentations during the 31st International Conference and Exhibition of ICSOBA

I will try to collect (or if the authors read these lines can post themselves the links) some of the presentations on bauxite residue, organised by ICSOBA in Krasnoyarsk, 3-6 September, 2013. To begin with, here is the one on ...

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