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METS Test Facilities Database Released
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METS Test Facilities Database Released

METS Ignited and the Queensland Government have jointly released a free online resource to help METS companies identify suitable facilities to test and commercialise innovative products and services.

This exciting initiative is designed to bring researchers, METS and mining companies closer together to work on significant industry challenges.

The database was commissioned in response to industry feedback highlighting a lack of access to appropriate testing facilities as a barrier to commercialising innovative goods and services. The database maps all available mine and laboratory testing facilities in Australia.

To access the database, click here.

Want to add to the site?

To add a test site, sandpit or additional facility information to improve the quality of the data in the database, please contact projects@metsignited.org.

Join us at QME

METS Ignited is looking forward to meeting industry at the Queensland Mining and Engineering Expo in Mackay next week.

Visit us at booth C302 or hear the latest information about the $6m METS Ignited Collaborative Project Funds at the seminar series.

Ric Gros

CEO
METS Ignited


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