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SlurrySucker puts sewage works back on track

30th May 2024 Developed by local pump and dredging expert IPR, the SlurrySucker dredging system recently provided the ideal solution for getting the emergency water dams at a Gauteng wastewater treatment plant back to optimal condition. Warren Spann, Business Development Manager at IPR, explains that the... 

IPR enhances operational efficiency with pump rebuild solutions

11th April 2024 In the current economic climate, where reducing operating costs is paramount, IPR's advanced pump servicing, repair, rebuild and refurbishment capabilities emerge as a critical solution for businesses seeking to enhance efficiency and reliability without the need for substantial new investments.... 

IPR grows its offering to make customers more productive

13th March 2024 Having built its reputation as a responsive and reliable partner in the field of dewatering, heavy duty slurry pump and dredging, IPR is now well positioned to provide customers with all they need. Managing Director Lee Vine says that the company’s success is a combination of quality global... 

Next-gen SlurrySucker for silt-challenged water areas powered by Toyo

28th February 2024 Not only does IPR’s SlurrySucker dredging system effectively clean process water ponds, return water dams or other water storage areas, it has become recognised as an ideal solution for cleaning water capture areas where silt is an issue, or where water retention and water holding capacity is... 
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Fortescue loses another senior leader

Fortescue has confirmed the resignation of its director of global growth, Julie Shuttleworth, who previously served as group deputy chief executive and CEO of the green energy division. Shuttleworth first joined the Australian iron-ore miner in 2013. She became deputy CEO of the company in 2018,... 

Elementos secures option for Spanish tin smelter

Australia-listed Elementos has signed a nonbinding term sheet to obtain an option for up to a 50% interest in Iberian Smelting, owner of a tin smelting and refining facility near Robledallano, Spain. The facility is located about 220 km from Elementos’ Oropesa tin project. 
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