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Grosvenor invests in technology and safety ahead of re-entry

ANGLO American has undertaken a forensic review of the processes and controls at its Grosvenor mine in Queensland ahead of its planned re-entry in the second half of this year after an ignition event last May injured five mineworkers.

The area of Grosvenor mine where the ignition occurred has been permanently sealed with large concrete seals.

The area of Grosvenor mine where the ignition occurred has been permanently sealed with large concrete seals.

An Anglo American spokeswoman said the company was also investing in data science and technological innovation to ensure its underground operations went beyond current industry best practice. "The area...

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