Bauxite Management

Bauxite management is important, as there have been cases in the past of the incorrect storage and use of bauxite causing issues in the environment – including damage to life and nature. In order to keep bauxite safe from causing harm, it can be disposed of in the following ways:

– By being placed in a quarry or depression, where there is no risk to life, and no chance of any damage to nearby land.

– By being used in mud farming, by professionals who understand how best to use the material to their own advantage.

– Bauxite residue can also be used for things such as bricks and tiles, which means that it could eventually be a useful product for the construction industry.

If bauxite is disposed of correctly, then there should be no need for concern, as the risk to safety should be minimal. However, there is certainly no room for complacency when it comes to bauxite management, as events that have occurred in the past have shown just how much of an impact the material can have if something should go wrong. If you require professional help or advice then get in touch with us today and we can help you with what you’d like to know.

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