Feburary 20 2014

Aladdin pilot system ready for testing before shipment.

The Company will be making qualification test runs on the Aladdin system at the vendor's plant within the next three weeks. This system allows the Company to perform detailed system and component evaluation studies and will allow for bulk testing and client demonstrations of the technology while training Company personnel for future commercial operations.

*No Harmful Chemicals *Higher Yields *Less Expensive *Faster Production *Less Water Usage *Less Electricity*

* Traditional gold mining costs approximately $1100-$1200 per oz......The HABER GOLD PROCESS....approximately $500 per oz

For Serious Inquiry On Aladdin Green Gold Processing or EMP Call 1-781-643-2727

November 14th 2013

November 14th 2013


The Company is pleased to announce the establishment of a joint venture with Oppenheimer Enterprises LLC to develop EMP protocols. Dr. Les Oppenheimer had worked closely with Norman Haber during the initial development of EMP. He was the chief scientist instrumental in the development of the protocols presented in publication for The National Academy of Sciences Paper (vol.79 no.2, 1982) which presented Norman's Electromolecular Propulsion as a distinctly different process from it's classical counterparts. The Paper was sponsored by Nobel Prize recipient and noted biochemist and geneticist Rollin Hotchkiss. Among the Novel attributes of EMP is the speed of molecular separation unparalleled by current technologies. These EMP qualities remain to this day relevant in the separation sciences.

The purpose of the JV will be to develop "benign" reagents to be used in proteomics to separate clinically significant molecules within a few minutes. Having benign reagents will be advantageous in the handling and permitting commercialization of the process.Haber Inc. will have the patent rights to all technology developed and Oppenheimer Industries will be entitled to a percentage of the total profits derived thereof.

Work is currently being conducted at the Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey.

Feburary 20 2014

Aladdin pilot system ready for testing before shipment.

The Company will be making qualification test runs on the Aladdin system at the vendor's plant within the next three weeks. This system allows the Company to perform detailed system and component evaluation studies and will allow for bulk testing and client demonstrations of the technology while training Company personnel for future commercial operations.

Environmental Mining News


Global Mining Legislation


Small Scale Artisanal Gold Mining


Gold Mining Cyanide, Mercury Pollution


Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Study raises concern on health impact of mercury in Nigeria …Seeks govt ratification

Giving an overview of the project at a workshop penultimate weekend in Lagos, Executive Director of STRADev, Mr. Leslie Adogame, stressed that despite the risks due to mercury, Africans have very low awareness of the toxic substance which is used in soap, cosmetics, antiseptics, paints, pesticides, pharmaceutical products, human veterinary products and even in dental fixtures.
According to him, Nigeria’s northern states experienced deaths of over 500 children from Artisanal Small-scale Gold Mining (ASGM) mercury activities linked with lead poisoning.

New EU Environment Commissioner grilled by MEPs

“There is a mining waste directive in place, since 2008. Under it, cyanide was allowed in gold mining provided it was used under very strict conditions. A resolution in 2010 recommended to ban it. There is no other substance to substitute for gold extraction. From an economic view, banning cyanide means banning gold mining in the EU. Two concerns appear: environmental and economic. The EC monitors and is waiting for technical studies (…). We are waiting to see positive technical technologies to substitute cyanide and until than we are on alert and monitor any negative aspects…”

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Gaia joins Coalition calling for EU to ban cyanide and toxic mining

Today The Gaia Foundation joins a coalition of European allies in support of the Bang! Ban Cyanide Campaign. Together we call upon the EU, and Environmental Commissioner candidate Karmenu Vela, to ban toxic cyanide-based mining in Europe, establishing a continental precedent for ecological sanity that can be replicated worldwide.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Papua New Guinea: Mining for Gold With Deadly Mercury

video on mercury poisoning in gold process


Churches repudiate ‘Doctrine of Discovery’

The effects of mineral mining include the contamination of Wayana food and water by mercury, cyanide and other lethal pollutants; land seizure; militarization and the forced removal of Wayana people to urban slums.
On the Yakama reservation in central Washington, where Augustine lives with her husband and young son, concentrated cattle feeding operations dump large amounts of animal waste, contaminating ground water that local families depend on. As environmental regulations are strengthened in other parts of the state, corporate producers seek less regulated areas to dispose of waste, arguing that the low population density justifies this practice.

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Ghana intensifies efforts to tackle mercury pollution

Ghana has taken a major step to address the emissions and releases of the one of the most notorious heavy metals -- mercury.
A year after the adoption of the Minamata Convention on Mercury, ministers and senior government officials from around the world have renewed the international community's commitment to combat the global threat posed to human health and the environment from mercury pollution worldwide.

Sonora Spill adds to the Social and Environmental Consequences of Free-Market Mining in Mexico

Meteorological reports revealed that the company had lied about the cause; there was no rain in the area in the days leading up to the spill. As it turns out, the immediate cause was “a tube failure,” which Grupo Mexico was quick to blame on its supplier’s faulty design. The question remains, however, as to how it was possible that governmental regulatory agencies were unaware that Larrea’s giant mining company had been depositing toxic wastes into a tailing pond that was still under construction, without a backup basin or other contingency measures as outlined in the Official Mexican Norm for copper leaching systems (NOM-159-SEMARNAT-2011).

Saturday, September 27, 2014

U.S. Cosponsors Event Highlighting the Minamata Convention on Mercury

Most importantly, the Convention will require countries to apply modern technology to control mercury emissions from the largest industrial sources.  The United States, which already employs these technologies, should see a significant reduction in cross-border mercury pollution as a result of improved controls in other countries. The Convention also addresses other major sources of mercury pollution, like artisanal and small-scale gold mining, and includes provisions to reduce mercury use in consumer products and industrial processes and mercury trade and supply

Peru Tames a $2 Billion Rogue Industry

“Small family operations used to be able to just grab some unclaimed land and start digging it, milling the ore and spewing chemicals into the streams and rivers,” stated Kelly, “But now the government is insisting on transparency in the way gold projects are engineered and operated, in addition SUNAT has taken control of permitting for explosives and cyanide, the only way to purchase these critical supplies is to be formalized.”

Friday, September 26, 2014

Norway and Germany Save Peru’s Environment

Yet Peru’s forests are facing a barrage of threats: unscrupulous oil and gas companies, illegal logging, conversion for agriculture, massive road building, and industrial and artisanal gold-mining among others. Indigenous leaders have lost their lives striving to protect their forests, and some species are on the brink of extinction. The crisis has also spread beyond the forest: Peru’s government and its civil society have been roiled by social and ecological conflict stemming from forest destruction seemingly far-away from the capital in Lima. While the battle for Peru’s forests seems to have no end in sight, a new agreement announced yesterday at a landmark UN Climate Summit in New York City could prove a turning point. 

India Has Signed Pact on Minamata Disease: Javadekar

"We have signed the treaty on Minamata. Because mercury is highly polluting and we will not use it. We have signed such an agreement. I think India's attitude has always been progressive and we have taken this forward," the minister said without elaborating.

India signed the treaty more than a year after adoption of the Minamata Convention on Mercury. It was agreed at the fifth session of the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee in Geneva, Switzerland.

The Fight to Keep Toxic Mining - and the World Bank - Out of El Salvador

As several protesters pointed out, El Salvador’s decision is grounded in its need to protect its limited water supply. More than 90 percent of the surface water supply in El Salvador is already contaminated, and more than 50 percent of the country’s 6.3 million people depend on the Lempa River watershed for their water.
Francisco Ramirez, a Salvadoran who grew up in Cabañas, the region where the El Dorado mine would operate, spoke from experience about this reality. “If you look at the contaminated rivers in El Salvador, there are no fish left in the water. Not even toads, which are usually resistant to certain levels of contamination, can survive. We do not want that contamination to spread,” Ramirez proclaimed.