MINE REHABILITATION: TURNING BARREN LANDSCAPES GREEN AGAIN

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SYMBIOSIS – WORKING WITH OTHER INDUSTRIES TO ACHIEVE MINE REHABILITATION 

Mohan Yellishetty, Associate Professor in Resources Engineering at Monash University

“My current research is not focused on mine rehabilitation alone,” says Mohan Yellishetty, an Associate Professor in Resources Engineering at Monash University. “It’s about repurposing abandoned mine sites and helping local communities that were once dependent on mining with new employment opportunities and avenues.”

Period23 Nov 2021

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  • TitleMINE REHABILITATION: TURNING BARREN LANDSCAPES GREEN AGAIN
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletAusBiz
    Media typeWeb
    Duration/Length/Size1/4th of page
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date23/11/21
    DescriptionSYMBIOSIS – WORKING WITH OTHER INDUSTRIES TO ACHIEVE MINE REHABILITATION
    Mohan Yellishetty, Associate Professor in Resources Engineering at Monash University

    “My current research is not focused on mine rehabilitation alone,” says Mohan Yellishetty, an Associate Professor in Resources Engineering at Monash University. “It’s about repurposing abandoned mine sites and helping local communities that were once dependent on mining with new employment opportunities and avenues.”
    Producer/Authorby Ian Neubauer
    URLhttps://ausbizmedia.com/mine-rehabilitation/
    PersonsMohan Yellishetty