December 2nd, 2016
Bureau Veritas Minerals, global leader in geochemical and assaying services, will support the mining industry and present its analytical services at the American Exploration & Mining Association (AEMA), Nugget Casino Resort, Sparks/Reno, Nevada, Booth #111 & 113, December 5-9, 2016. The AEMA has always been a major driving force in the promotion of scientific and technical knowledge in mineral processing and extractive metallurgy worldwide. Its Convention is the most prestigious event in the field of mineral processing in the US. International forum with delegates from all parts of the world deliberates on issues facing the mining and mineral processing industry globally. Bureau Veritas Minerals’ Team will be available to discuss a broad range of services and solutions available to the mining community including: assaying and Geochemistry, Metallurgical & Mineralogical Services, Technology, Quality Assurance and On-Site Services.
Join us at the KEG HAPPY HOUR! Booth 111 & 113 on December, 7th & 8th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm or visit us at our Booth 111 & 113 to connect with the team at AEMA.
November 21st, 2016
Bureau Veritas Minerals (BVM) is proud to be exhibiting at the “2do Congreso Internacional de Mineria y Geologia 2016” in Panama, November 23-25, 2016. Our team will be available to discuss a broad range of services and solutions available to the mining community including: Assaying, Geochemistry, Metallurgical & Mineralogica and, On-Site full services. Stop by our booth, to discuss how we can help you to optimize operations and exploration projects in Panama and Central America.
November 17th, 2016
Bureau Veritas Minerals (BVM) is proud to be exhibiting at the 2016 Yukon Geoscience Forum & Tradeshow in Whitehorse, November 19-22, 2016. The mining industry will have the opportunity to stop by our Booth #3.1, to discuss how we can help to optimize operations and exploration projects in Yukon and across the entire country.
November 6th, 2016
Bureau Veritas Minerals (BVM) is exhibiting at the AMA Fall Convention in Anchorage, Alaska until November 12th. Visit us at Booth #93 and meet the Bureau Veritas Minerals’ team, whether you want to discuss the latest in analytical technologies or a broad range of services and solutions available to the mining community in the US.
October 20th, 2016
Bureau Veritas Minerals has achieved ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation at our Analytical Laboratory in Hermosillo, Mexico. This achievement ensures our equipment, methods, quality control and quality assurance practices meet the highest standards set by the industry. The main scope of the initial accreditation relates to the competence of Mineral Analysis Testing and Mineral Assaying (CAN-P-1579).
“Attaining our accreditation has been a tremendous achievement for our Hermosillo Assay Laboratory,” said Hugo Martinez, Quality Manager, Mexico, Guatemala & Nicaragua. “The entire team has been working day and night to establish and execute every aspect of our new quality management system, without ever jeopardizing the high standard of service to the customer throughout the process.”
“I am very proud of our team in Mexico for this achievement, especially in such a tight time frame. Although our lab has operated under strict protocols with oversight from our accredited Vancouver laboratory, in today’s world having ISO accreditation definitely raises the portfolio. Hugo and the team in Mexico worked very hard to make this happen. Bureau Veritas prides itself in offering the best service in our industry; this is a reflection of that culture.” – Angelo Karitsiotis, Director of Business Development, NANLA
The laboratory will offer an extensive range of testing capabilities for the Exploration and Mining industry, including the introduction of:
- A full scope of Determination of Au by lead Collection Fire Assay with Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy Finish (FA430/FA450)
- A full scope of Determination of Au by Lead Collection Fire Assay with Gravimetric Finish (FA530/FA550)
- Customized methods for the needs of local customers
October 17th, 2016
Please note that due to the increasing cost of environmentally responsible disposal of lead waste produced during fire assay analysis all invoices for fire assay analysis will include an environmental charge under code EN002. Quoted pricing for 2016 will not be subject to this environmental fee. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or ask your local Business Development Manager.