Yes NKC agree with that. If it's not there and the rest is extracted, a better environment for all. Nowucit, I agree, there was little need for that injection in the article. Doesn't matter who has the dumps, it's how to dispose of them. They have no other choice but an effective pincer movement. Get rid of the attraction and create a healthier environment. Give jobs and open the museum to attract the cafe culture.
I didn't quite read it that way. My take was more around we are not closing it down ,we want it sorted and to educate people more anout the dangers. But its sad people have such little choice Personally I have always hoped bmr's ability to assist in environmental reclaim could have major impact. What with that and employment the town might name a football team after us. Vicar is Gladys still knitting socks?
Makes sense to use the material in the blocks and to not leave it in the dumps where those less fortunate are continuing to scavenge. Be a far healthier alternative. Still at least AB and Geoff get a quote or mention. There is a large area to Police.
http://www.omnia.co.za/about-us/geographical-scope Omnia, which has its roots in the fertilizer and agricultural industry, has an in-depth understanding not only of its core markets here in South Africa, but also in the fundamental industries of mining and agriculture in Africa. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa and with operations in 15 African countries and six international countries, Omnia has more than six decades of experience in business. Additionally, Omnia continues to grow its global footprint, with business units in Australasia, Brazil and Mauritius and clients in other regions such as Europe, South America and South East Asia.
Omnia provides customised, knowledge-based solutions through our Agriculture, Mining, and Chemicals divisions. Our divisions include Omnia Fertilizer, BME and Protea Mining Chemicals, and Protea Chemicals, all niche businesses that operate with a common objective – to enhance our customers' businesses through research, development and knowledge sharing that will equip the customer to increase yields and by extension, profit margins.
Large company and global offices. Interesting company, looks very diverse in agricultural, mining and chemicals industries. A good read IMO .
Is this the same company mentioned i think mining Maven interview I think by Mr Jeremy Hawke ref the zinc sulphate heptahydrate. ?
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