MINING WATER ISSUES ADDRESSED BY AUST GLOBAL TRADING JOINING UP WITH CLLEEN WATER & POWER

Australia Global Trading and CLLEEN™

join forces for environmentally friendly

water solution

Australia Global Trading has formed a strategic alliance with CLLEEN™ Water and Power, a water treatment company based in Texas, USA, to introduce this new method of processing to the Australian resources sector. The technology will reduce costs in producing potable water, treating waste water, as well as reducing maintenance and operator costs for oil, mining and gas sector operations.

This system is a mobile water treatment skid, that treats oil and gas frac water, abandoned and active mine discharge, and can desalinate seawater.  It is expected that the Australian Resources sector will quickly adopt this system as it offers significant savings in costs, time, effort, energy, maintenance and personnel as well as being environmentally friendly.

Anthony Migyanka, CEO at CLEEN™, said: “One of the key challenges the world faces is how to minimise the impact on our environment through our need for fossil fuels, other minerals and water. This system allows us to better utilise these resources in a cost efficient and environmentally friendly way. As both an economist and chemical engineer,  I  believed it essential to find a new way of doing things, to better utilise our most precious resource – water, and by doing this help our  planet.”

Jan Pagonis, CEO of Australia Global Trading, added: “This collaboration will also provide some genuine opportunities for reducing a mine’s environmental and carbon footprint with machine efficiencies through self-generating power and treatment of underground, seawater, frac water and AMD and is the lowest cost energy solution. This is significant at this time with the impending introduction on July 1, 2012 of Australia’s carbon tax and its resultant impact on the resources sector as well as community.”

Population growth and environmental experts report that as the world’s population grows, nearly one-third of the projected population of 2.7billion people  by 2025 will live in regions facing severe water scarcity according to the International Waste Management Institute (Smith, 2001).  Already global demand for freshwater has seen it double approximately every 15 years. The combined effects of increasing freshwater demand – both industrial and for the population’s needs, when coupled with seawater intrusion into coastal aquifers are stimulating the demand for desalination.

Australia Global Trading and CLLEEN™ Water and Power are working together to introduce this water efficient and environmentally friendly technology to Australian Resource sector operations.  The two organizations together will provide product information and technology implementation. CLLEEN™ will be fully responsible for supporting the Resource sector operatives with machine, technology assistance and on site support.

For additional information, please visit http://www.waterdesalinationplants.com and/or

contact Jan Pagonis on +61 409 198 876.

Sourced & published by Henry Sapiecha

One Response to “MINING WATER ISSUES ADDRESSED BY AUST GLOBAL TRADING JOINING UP WITH CLLEEN WATER & POWER”

  1. love the idea that it’s a water treatment system you can set up anywhere. Can see it being used in our remote communities and not just for mining people – doesn’t need any power

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