Magnesite stories

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The new Evia Underground Mine:
narrow vein mining, broad-minded investment

On the island of Evia, Greece, we are more than favored by probably one of the purest magnesite deposits on the entire planet. Above ground, this is also a place of exceptional natural beauty and of relatively untouched flora and fauna habitats. Mining in our region has always been a balancing act: respect, preserve, produce. Those are the guiding values for our newest mine.

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Better Life with MgO

"Better Life with MgO" is about designing and implementing a novel air pollution abatement process. The project is co-financed by EU's LIFE Programme.

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Ship logistics supply chain

Pleased with your supply chain?
You may have to think again

For over three decades minerals traveled westwards. No matter how inconsistent or environmentally sustainable those raw materials from the far East, as long as prices were low, manufacturers sourced from Europe only when high quality was of essence. This is about to change and for good reason. Two, actually: 

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Mine Rehabilitation & Biodiversity

A park, a lake and great tasting olives: How to rehabilitate an open cast mine

Nothing should go to waste. The contemporary push for sustainability has been our mantra from day one: what is left after we get caustic calcined and dead burned magnesite or monolithic refractories, is still our soil and our land to pass on...

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Better 
& less costly:
a leather tanning story

In Brazil, Italy, the USA and other leather producing countries around the globe, the use of dead burned magnesite as a collagen stabilizing agent has been well known for almost two centuries. There are very few suitable MgO-based products worldwide that avoid stains and secure longevity of the valuable leather. Enter TANMA!

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