Give aid to small, medium miners for sustainable operations

-GGDMA urges gov’t

The Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) has called on the Government to step forward with robust technical assistance to small and medium scale miners in order to ensure sustainable principles are applied to the gold and diamond sectors.

This is in light of the association examining recommendations by the United Nations Environment Programme on the introduction of green economy ideas.

In a release, the GGDMA said that it is of the view that if  the mining engineers, mineral processing engineers, environmentalists and geologists of the Guyana Geology Mines Commission (GGMC) bring technical assistance to small and medium scale miners, the problems would be greatly reduced.

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