Mining

Centralized water data management, auditing, powerful analytics, and reporting help streamline water regulatory compliance and support cost-effective optimal production.

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Water is used to extract valuable minerals. Droughts and floods can impact mine production, increase operational costs, and cause shutdowns. Economic, regulatory, social, and environmental pressures are mounting. The use, treatment, recycling, and disposal of water are becoming a key issue. Sustainable water management requires timely and accurate water data. Mining companies trust Aquatic Informatics for the efficient management of water data to optimize commercial production, minimize downtime, and streamline compliance to tightening environmental regulations.

Leading mining companies trust Aquatic Informatics

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Alcoa in Australia: Committed to Sustainable Water Management

Alcoa’s Australian operations represent the world’s largest integrated bauxite mining, alumina refining, aluminum smelting and rolling system. Alcoa uses AQUARIUS Time-Series to manage water data in Australia.

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Teck: Responsible Mining with Water Data Managed in AQUARIUS Time-Series

Teck is Canada’s largest diversified resource company, committed to responsible mining. It relies on AQUARIUS Time-Series to manage data from its gaging stations near the Red Dog Zinc mine in Alaska.

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DeBeers Canada uses AQUARIUS to manage the data from its network of gaging stations near the Snap Lake diamond mine in the Northwest Territories of  Canada. Snap Lake is Canada’s first completely underground diamond mine,  where AQUARIUS has been integrated with DeBeers satellite telemetry system.

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DeBeers Canada
Snap Lake Diamond Mine
Northwest Territories, Canada

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