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Australian-listed environmental management technology company Envirosuite says it has received a “significant upgrade order” from Latin American coal mining company Carbones del Cerrejon.

Cerrejon, the biggest coal mine in Latin America and the 10th largest in the world, is a joint venture owned by Australian resources giant BHP Billiton, Glencore and Anglo American.

Envirosuite (ASX:EVS) says it has received a purchase order from Cerrejon for two additional solutions, as well as associated equipment and installation and maintenance services.

The new solutions are the Blasting solution and Water Monitoring solution and the total order value is approximately $600,000 including an incremental recurring revenue fee of approximately $160,000.

Cerrejon operates an integrated facility consisting of a large, open-cut coal mine, a railway to transport coal to its port, and a port for exporting coal – and Envirosuite has supplied both the mine and port facilities with the Environmental Compliance and Risk Management solutions for the past two years.

The Envirosuite solutions have mainly been used to manage the compliance performance and risk of dust and air pollution caused by mining and port operations.

“We are delighted with this upgrade which follows a year’s worth of consultation provided by Envirosuite and which now makes Cerrejon our largest mining client,” said Envirosuite chief executive Peter White.

“Cerrejon is a cornerstone reference client in Latin American mining circles and has been working hard to adopt global best-practice in its environmental management practices. Our association with Cerrejon and increased presence means we are very well placed to build up our base of mining clients in the region.”

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