Mobile Training Centers to Reduce Mercury Use in Andean Small-scale Gold Processing

The State Department plans to award one Cooperative Agreement for up to $145,000 (USD) for work that will support designing, assembling, and field testing one or more mobile mercury-free gold processing plants to be used for training miners within the ASGM sectors of Bolivia and Peru.

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Mobile Training Centers to Reduce Mercury Use in Andean Small-scale Gold Processing

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