Hatch Ltd. issued the following announcement on March 6.
International Women's Day is globally recognized as a celebration of women's achievements throughout history and the continuing strides for gender equality. This year’s theme is Each for Equal, which challenges organizations and societies to acknowledge and finds ways to forge a gender equal world from equal access to opportunity and wealth distribution, to equal representation in governments and boardrooms.
In recognition of International Women’s Day, we’re spotlighting four thought leadership blogs from women at Hatch!
Evolving to meet future challenges in mining and minerals processing
Kristy-Ann DuffyThe mining and mineral processing industry has changed significantly over the last thirty years. We sit down with Kristy-Ann Duffy, a process consultant for Hatch’s mineral processing division, to look at some of the challenges we’ve overcome, some of the changes we’ll have to face in the future, and how smarter practices and more efficient technologies are changing the game.
How innovative recycling in metals is contributing to a circular economy
Stephanie GanglRecycling is on the rise in the metals industry. Let's have a look at three innovative circular economy recycling practices.
How to be digital-ready through well-timed infrastructure development
Claire BleazardAs much as some technology providers may try to convince you that their pre-packaged digital tools can magically connect your organization, there is currently no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach for digital transformation in mining and metals, energy, and infrastructure.
The key to achieving 100 percent renewable penetration for remote Arctic mines
Jocelyn Zuliani, PhDIt’s time to think about how we achieve 100 percent renewable penetration at remote Arctic sites. Flow battery deployment is one way we can achieve this.
Original source: https://www.hatch.com/en/About-Us/News-And-Media/2020/03/Celebrating-International-Womens-Day