Hunter mining equipment and environment technology leader, Minebay is poised to capitalise on interest in its range of products from Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Switzerland.
While Minebay’s innovative Uneeko products prevent adverse environmental and health impacts and reduce waste, the Uneeko Poly Glu’s products can also be utilised to aid in the purification of drinking water.
With organic and inorganic properties in a wide range of water pH, the Minebay flocculant Poly Glu rapidly causes fine particles to clump together into a floc, effectively removing heavy metals and other contaminates in water, and thereby giving clear water while substantially reducing the cost of sludge treatment.
Director, Bruce White said that it was widely acknowledged that water was fast becoming the world’s most precious resource.
“Our Hunter based-company has developed technology that has proven benefits for the mining sector, but as the global economy turns its attention to water, this type of product will provide versatile and effective applications across multiple industries including mining, power stations, farming and agriculture,” Bruce said.
“Poly Glu has been tested in Saudi, Turkey and Switzerland and in the coming weeks further discussions and partnerships will see Minebay expand our distribution and advisory channels globally.”
Minebay has been working with local consultancy, Export Market Resource Group to identify and forge these partnerships internationally.
“Dan Wilkinson will visit Saudi Arabia and Turkey with Minebay in January to discuss opportunities and potential partnerships with interested parties. His connections and experience in developing marketplaces with Hunter-based businesses has been critical to this next step,” Bruce said.
Export Market Resource Group specialises in building businesses for Australian companies in more than twenty countries across four continents.