South Africa 31.1.2018 12:46 pm

ChromTech says completes R230m tailings plant at Lonmin

FILE PICTURE: A Lonmin mine worker visits Andrew Saffy Memorial Hospital for medical check up and registering to attend work at Marikana in Rustenburg, 25 June 2014. Picture: Nigel Sibanda

FILE PICTURE: A Lonmin mine worker visits Andrew Saffy Memorial Hospital for medical check up and registering to attend work at Marikana in Rustenburg, 25 June 2014. Picture: Nigel Sibanda

ChromTech says this is the sixth chrome recovery plant that it has successfully designed.

South African mine-to-market chrome producer ChromTech Holdings has on Wednesday announced the completion of its R230-million chrome tailings retreatment plant at platinum producer Lonmin.

ChromTech says this is the sixth chrome recovery plant that it has successfully designed, constructed, commissioned and operated in the last 12 years since its establishment in 2006.

– African News Agency

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