Rio Tinto and Queensland Aumina have committed almost $500,000 in funding to the University of Queensland (UQ) to help promote safer management of mine waste.
- Karis Muller Usually overflows or cracks occur after closure, when there is no more monitoring. Disasters are inevitable over time. Therein lies the chief danger.
- Tony Just like there trucks , once there infrastructure is completed they replace there employees with robots the Amazon on the mining industry
- ianfaux Pretty much the whole of the Pilbara is asbestos rich, and early rail track development in the 1960s encountered plenty of it. To say its restricted just to a few km around Wittenoom is foolhardy but...