Turkish company plans to open mining waste processing plant in Kazakhstan.

By bne IntelliNews January 17, 2012
Ketmak, one of the top Turkish companies in metals and mining sector, intends to open mining waste processing and disposal plant in Kazakhstan, Kazakh Ministry of Industry and New Technologies has stated. It is expected that the new plant will be constructed in Karaganda region - area rich in minerals and raw materials. Established in 1997, Ketmak is a leading Turkish company in the metals and mining sector that operates in more than 12 countries and provides wastewater treatment solutions to granite, ceramic and marble industries.

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