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This month we interviewed Neville Dowson, our Principal Process Engineer in Perth. Neville is an expert on mineral processing and has been working for Engenium for many years. Read the full interview here.

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Engenium has recently installed a Greenbatch bin in our offices to collect all our PET and HDPE plastic as well as aluminium cans. We encourage everyone to be more plastic waste aware. Read our latest update on the Greenbatch initiative.

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Naveen Kesarwani is a Project Controller located in our Newcastle office. Naveen talks to us about why he enjoys working at Engenium, his extensive project controls and construction industry experience and his love of numbers.

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Chris Davy is our resident expert in Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems Engineering. Chris always wanted to be an engineer from an early age and used to build electronic circuits as a hobby. Find out more about him in this month’s quick chat interview.

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Engenium’s Director David Sourbutts is currently working with Darren Lomman, Founder of Greenbatch, to set up Western Australia’s first ever plastic reprocessing plant. Find out how Darren came up with the idea of a plastic reprocessing plant in Western Australia, how Engenium became involved and what the plans are for the initiative moving forward.

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Rhys Fulwood our recently graduated Structural Engineer, located in our Newcastle office in New South Wales, talks to us about the opportunities he has had so far working at Engenium, camping and Elon Musk.

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Brisbane based ASX listed junior mining company Pursuit Minerals, has asked Engenium to assist with metallurgical testwork management on their Finnish and Swedish vanadium deposits.

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Jason Hislop and his family are an inspiration to everyone here at Engenium having volunteered to become emergency foster parents for 16 babies and 4 teenagers over a 4 year period. Find out more about our Business Development Manager in this month’s quick chat interview.

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Marcus Martin, Mathew Lloyd and Greg MacDonald recently took part in the Port to Pub Swim, which sees teams of six test their endurance in almost 20 kilometres of open seas across the Rottnest Channel in Western Australia.

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Loong Lim first joined us 7 years ago as a Graduate Electrical Engineer. Since then Loong has significantly developed his skills and has recently become Senior Electrical Engineer. Find out more about Loong in this month’s quick chat interview.

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