7th April 2016, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Centre for Material Processing & Failure Analysis at the University of Indonesia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with PT ABRG Indonesia (ABRG) to develop Solvent Extraction systems.
The agreement, signed on Tuesday 5th April 2016, brings added expertise from the University of Indonesia’s Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering to ABRG’s Technical Team as they increase concentration of their gold, platinum, palladium, and silver ores and extract precious metals to refining standard.
President Director of PT ABRG Indonesia, Patrick Harvey, said:” Solvent Extract and Electrowining of metals from ores is becoming standard these days as refiners move away from the old dirty mining techniques to better controlled laboratory standard green technology.
ARBG is determined to develop environmentally friendly mining and refining systems within our operations and so linking up with the University of Indonesia’s Department of Metallurgy was a natural step in this direction”
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