Entries by bieberach

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The Planetarium welcomes from today the exhibition ‘Essential Minerals for a Sustainable Future’

Organized by Geoalcali, in collaboration with the Geological and Mining Institute of Spain and Magnesitas Navarras, the exposition covers the use of minerals from prehistory to the present day. The scientific popularization and promotion of knowledge are essential parts of all advanced society. Under these premises, this morning has been inaugurated in the Planetarium of […]

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Upcoming Exhibition: Essential minerals for a sustainable future

The scientific divulgation and promotion of knowledge are essential parts of all advanced society. Under these premises, rises the exhibition ‘Essential minerals for a sustainable future’, an initiative promoted by Geoalcali in collaboration with the Geological and Mining Institute of Spain, the Planetarium of Pamplona and Magnesitas Navarra, which intend to contribute to the spreading […]

Geoalcali actively involved in a meeting about Woman and Mining

Entitled ‘Woman, mining and industry’, last 7th of November, took place in the International Institute of San Telmo (Sevilla), a meeting that analyzed the reality of the woman in industry and the mining sector in aspects such as equal opportunities, professional promotion, professional profiles in the industry, settlement and the challenge of diversity in the […]

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Geoalcali invited in the V National Aggregates Congress to take part at the table ‘Comitted to Society’

The V National Aggregates Congress, celebrated in Santiago de Compostela from 24 to 26 October, included in its plan a round table to define the fundaments of a sectorial strategy which allows improving the communication and this industry’s relations with the social environment. The table was formed by Daniel Barragán, secretary of Negociación Colectiva in […]

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Geoalcali Foundation and SEO/BirdLife Place Nest Boxes on the World Bird Day

Coinciding with the celebration of World Bird Day, Geoalcali Foundation in collaboration with the naturalist organization SEO/BirdLife and Cederna Garalur, held a conference with the aim of spreading the need to protect the biodiversity of our habitat in general and, more particularly, the area in which the future installations of Mina Muga will be built, […]

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Foro Lidera: Valuing Waste as a Resource, a Firm Commitment of the Mining Industry

More than fifty professionals attended the First Conference on the Use of Resources and Circular Economy organized by the Foro LideraRSE organized by the Diario de Navarra Foundation in collaboration with Forética. The headquarters of the Confederation of Employers of Navarra, hosted this meeting that contained presentations by experts such as Maria Mendiluce, Director of […]

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Geoalcali in the IV Meeting of the Navarra Mining

Under the motto Walk through mining in the 21st century, various experts analyzed a sector that ‘must be sustainable, profitable and respectful with the environment’, as stated by Fernando Barandalla, President of the Business Group, Minera de Navarra (Aemina), organizer of the event. The opening of the meeting, which took place at the headquarters of […]

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Highfield Resources, through its Spanish subsidiary Geoalcali, gathers 10 local town halls to inform about the permitting process of Muga Mine

The company has explained the content of documentation presented to the Ministry of Ecological Transition Geoalcali has organized an informative meeting to explain the evolution and development of Mina Muga project to the town halls of the area of ​​action. The main objective of the forum was to directly inform about the process and preparation […]

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Progress in the Processing of the Environmental Permit for Muga Mine

The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food and Environment, now the Ministry for Ecological Transition, had requested the company new clarifications on a number of issues surrounding the possible impact on the mine. Geoalcali has presented the required document of these questions, which revolved around three specific elements: seismicity, subsidence and waste management – salt. Geoalcali […]