About Us

MINEVIK Machinery is a leading and pioneering enterprise with the most advanced international level in R&D, manufacturing and selling of large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

All of our equipment have got ISO international quality system certification, European Union CE certification and Russian GOST certification.

  • In central China-Zhengzhou, covering 140 thousand square meters
  • Win-win cooperation and create more value to customers
  • Exported large quantities and high-end mobile crushing plant and milling equipments to Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Ecuador, South Africa, Nigeria, Turkey more than 100 countries .

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Our Products

AS a leading global manufacturer of crushing and milling equipment, we offer including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete stone crushing plant. We also supply individual crushers and mills as well as spare parts of them.

Services

Our goal is to guarantee the excellent operation equipment with high safety for our customers and minimize the downtime of the machine by predictive maintenance. Kefid service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

SERVICE AND SUPPORT

Minevik service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

ACCESSORIES CENTER

striving to enable customers to get the parts in the nearest place.

SALES MARKET

Our sales market is spread all over more than 100 countries and regions

mining and refining water management

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Mining and Refining – Water Management

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Report Water management in mining: a selection of case studies

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BQE Water : Mine Water Treatment

Smart Mine Water Management. Solutions to support and improve mining operation performance. Mine wastewater treated by our plants in 2021: 217,531.70 m 3

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Managing water consumption in mining

The ICMM’s case study report, featuring eight other examples of water management in mining, highlights the industry’s acknowledgement that there is a problem with water resources, that mines need to become more sustainable and essentially become ‘water stewards’, not only for the greater good but because it does, and will continue to, directly and negatively affect business.

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Understanding Mining Waste Management and Disposal Methods

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Mining and Water Pollution — Safe Drinking Water Foundation

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bauxite mining and alumina refining process

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Mine Water Treatment | Clean TeQ Water

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Managing water consumption in mining

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Mine Water Engineering | Supply & Treatment | SRK Consulting

Mine water encompasses all water impacted during mining operations, such as freshwater, process water, process waste streams, contact water, and mine drainage. Because mining occurs all year round, all over the world, it’s essential to carefully manage mine water to avoid deficits and surpluses. We work with a range of mine water

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Rethinking Water Management in Oil and Gas | Bain & Company

Given that water is critical for oil and gas production, energy companies need to become more efficient in the ways they use water, from upstream exploration through refining. Oil and gas companies are uniquely qualified to tackle the challenging issues around water

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Mining and Water Pollution — Safe Drinking Water Foundation

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Water Management Plans and Best Practices at EPA

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Sewer Mining An Unconventional Solution To Water Scarcity

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Environmental Risks of Mining

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Mining Solutions Mining Water Management Solutions

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WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE MINING INDUSTRY

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Mining Water Management, Treatment, Reuse, and Recycling

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Managing water consumption in mining

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Water Management for Mining International Mining

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