University Students from Colombian Colleges Visit Pribbenow Mine
June 16, 2017

*Students from Universidad Nacional

During May and June, Drummond Ltd. received students at the Pribbenow Mine from the Mining Engineering and Geology Program at Universidad Nacional, Medellin campus, and students from Instituto Nacional de Formación Técnica Profesional (INFOTEP), Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia (UPTC), and Institución Educativa Nacional Agustín Codazzi.

The visits began with introductory talks given by representatives from Drummond Ltd.’s different areas, on environment, mining, and social responsibility issues both inside and outside the company. The most frequent asked questions during the visits were related to the company’s mining projects, wastewater, industrial water treatment and use, action plans with communities in the area of influence, and occupational health issues.

After the introductory talks, the students from Universidad Nacional, Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia, and Institución Educativa Nacional Agustín Codazzi each had an opportunity to tour the El Paujil reservoir and the Lookout at Ramp 7. Each of the tour sites allowed the participants to personally experience Drummond Ltd.’s environmental projects and mining operation.

The Peace and Reconciliation Foundation Visited Drummond Ltd.’s Mine and Port Operations
June 15, 2017

*León Valencia and Alexander Riaño of the Peace & Reconciliation Foundation are learning about Drummond Ltd.’s operations. In this photo, they are receiving information from Paul Klee, from the company’s Engineering Department.

La Loma, June 15, 2017 León Valencia, Director of the Peace & Reconciliation Foundation, and Alexander Riaño, Coordinator of Research on Development-Related Conflicts for the same non-profit non-governmental organization, created in 2013, visited Drummond’s operations in Colombia after expressing their interest in visiting through a conversation with company officials at a forum that was held […]

Drummond Releases Wildlife into Protected Areas for World Environment Day
June 14, 2017

*Species released

La Loma, June 14, 2017 To celebrate World Environment Day, Drummond Ltd. released 127 red-footed tortoises (Chelonoidis carbonaria) and 3 boas (Boa constrictor) that have been in the care of Corpocesar’s Wildlife Attention and Assessment Center in Cesar. They were released into protected areas at the Pribbenow Mine near the Paraluz Creek and the El […]



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