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24 August 2014


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Nice read Robson. Hopefully something can be done about the waste material being used.

All the best in your studies.

Thank you, Robson, for these very interesting ideas on the use of waste from copper mines.

I hope your professor will encourage you to further investigate this geopolymerization process. If you found it feasible I wonder what your next step would be.

I guess you would need the PNG government behind you to put pressure on the companies who own the mine to do something positive about the use of the waste.

The main problem would probably be the isolated location of this mine. But I'm sure transport routes to the mine will be improved over time.

Keep up with your studies. PNG needs your minds like yours to lead the way.

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