The low-hanging fruit has been picked. So what now? How can you drive improvement and value when you’ve already reduced external spend, divested yourself of non-core assets, and reduced overhead every way you can?
Hatch is pleased to announce it’s been granted a new patent for potash and mineral salt pond crystallization—the only filed patent that has been validated to increase production over the “conventional wisdom” approach that is typically used today.
It's exciting to see new technologies emerge when you’re investigating complex industrial challenges. Especially when they give rise to innovative perspectives and novel solutions that run counter to the conformist approaches and practices the industry is currently using.
Not long ago, the water used in mining and mineral processing was essentially a non-issue. Except in the most arid regions, we thought and behaved like the supply was limitless. Now, companies are beginning to see water for the valuable commodity that it is—ultimately finite, fragile, and expensive.
Hatch young professionals win Emerging Professional Awards from the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum
Hatch young professionals Ge Sa and Nishit Patel will be recognized with Emerging Professional awards during the annual IMPC and COM 2016 conferences this upcoming September 11–15 in Québec City, Canada.
Canada- Hatch is pleased to announce that Indisa S.A., a leading engineering firm with over 37 years’ experience in Colombia and Mexico, has joined the Hatch Group of Companies.
Announcement coincides with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's inaugural visit to China
Earlier this week, De Beers and Mountain Province Diamonds announced the Gahcho Kué processing plant has been commissioned and is producing first diamonds from the Canadian mine—the largest new mine currently under development in the world.
At a recent global meeting of employees, Hatch CEO John Bianchini outlined the company’s strategic direction and described how Hatch is emerging stronger since announcing a New Era earlier this year.
Hatch is further strengthening its services and capabilities in the oil and gas sector to pursue new opportunities for growth in the Australia–Asia region.
Hatch is mobilizing its employees to help support disaster relief efforts currently underway in Fort McMurray, Alberta, following the spread of massive wildfires.
The awards were presented at a gala on May 2, hosted during CIM’s annual conference in Vancouver, which coincided with North American Occupational Safety & Health Week, May 1–7, 2016.
Waterpower industry and climate change experts attend Niagara Falls conference .
Hatch’s exceptional community outreach helps The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation face off against cancer
Their manifesto states: “We are an innovative organization committed to helping our clients achieve unprecedented and sustained business results.” But not all of Hatch’s goals are achieved in their offices. Since their initial involvement four years ago in Road Hockey to Conquer Cancer, The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation’s epic fundraising event, Hatch has demonstrated that it is a company that also cares about conquering cancer.
Sheridan College and Hatch have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will promote further collaboration between the two organizations, aimed at enhancing educational opportunities for Sheridan students, while also fostering innovation and economic growth.
Dr. Chris Twigge-Molecey of Hatch is this year's recipient of the Airey Award, the most prestigious award in Canadian metallurgy, presented by the Metallurgy and Materials Society (MetSoc) of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM).