Environment & Sustainability Solutions


  • Maximising value for our mining clients

    At Ausenco, our ultimate objective is to develop solutions that maximize our client's return on investment while managing technical risks and environmental, social & governance (ESG) factors. By establishing the best fit-for-purpose mineral and metal extraction processes, we achieve the highest project value based on capital costs, operating costs and metal recovery.

  • Cutting-edge technologies driving sustainability in minerals processing

    In this webinar we will unpack how enhanced process technologies are enabling and delivering step-change improvements in sustainability outcomes.

  • The changing landscape of minerals processing projects

    This webinar, delivered in partnership with AusIMM, is the first in a series of webinars that explore and present solutions to minerals processing challenges through lifecycle of brownfield and greenfield projects.

  • Achieving the highest-ever monthly copper recovery at Capricorn Copper Mine

    In May 2020, the Capricorn Copper Concentrator Team achieved a record copper recovery for the month, exceeding the previous best by over 2%.

  • Greg Lane wins Art MacPherson Award

    Congratulations to Greg Lane, recipient of the 2019 CMP/CIM Art MacPherson Award.

  • Ausenco secures an EPCM contract for gold processing facility in North Africa

    Ausenco Limited (ASX:AAX) has been awarded a CAD12 million contract to provide engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for the refurbishment, upgrade and maintenance of an existing gold processing facility in North Africa.

  • Energy efficient & cost effective comminution circuit design

    Ausenco's optimised mineral processing comminution circuit designs significantly reduce cost and carbon footprints compared with typical engineering company designs. Find out how.

  • Moose River Project – an interview with PM Mark Cornwell

    A sit down interview with PM Mark Cornwell to discuss the Moose River Consolidated Gold Project where Ausenco undertook the delivery of the 2 mtpa carbon-in-leach (CIL) processing plant and associated infrastructure. The project is located ~85 km north-east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

  • Mina Justa Project: Q&A with the Project Director

    In this Insight, we have connected with the Project Director, to discuss our work on the project and find out how Ausenco is delivering an appropriate, fit-for-purpose solution for our client.

  • 40 years and counting – how things have changed in minerals processing

    In this first of a three-part series, we ask Greg Lane, Ausenco’s Chief Technical Officer, to look back at what’s changed during his time in the industry.

  • When does ore sorting increase project value?

    Improving project value through ore sorting

  • From production technician to CTO at Ausenco – a not so traditional career path

    In the final of our three-part Insight interview with Greg Lane, Ausenco’s Chief Technical Officer, we explore his career journey and why he thrives on being an “unreasonable man”.

  • Operating comminution circuits without grinding media

    Our experts outline how to adapt your comminution circuit’s operating strategy to reduce operating cost.

  • Layout considerations for ore sorting

    Paper presented by Ben Patterson at Canadian Mineral Processors Conference (CMP) 2019

  • Arsenic in complex orebodies

    Paper presented by Maedeh Tayebi-Khorami at the AusIMM Complex Orebodies conference in Brisbane in November 2018

  • Arsenic pathways in copper mining - sustainability issues and potential solutions

    Paper presented by Maedeh Tayebi-Khorami at AusIMM Life of Mine Conference, Brisbane, 26 July 2018.

  • SAG mill optimisation & increasing throughput at Phu Kham

    Paper presented by Dr. Rajiv Chandramohan at AusIMM Mill Operators Conference, Brisbane, August 2018.