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Philip Bangerter graduated from the Otago School of Mines in 1981, with an honours degree in mineral processing. He worked as a metallurgist between 1982 & 1986 in Tin and Mineral Sands operations. In 1987 he embarked on a commercialisation career, which has encompassed process equipment sales, sales management, technology commercialisation, IP management and R&D.
In 2001 Philip joined Hatch and is currently Senior Consultant - Sustainability in the Non Ferrous Business Unit where he is responsible for conducting feasibility studies for major mining company clients. Based in Brisbane, he specialises in the application of sustainable design practices in projects and was previously Global Director for Sustainability for Hatch. He has also been responsible for Hatch’s technical and research alliance relationships, including CSIRO, The University of Qld and the CRC for Sustainable Resource Processing. He is currently Chair of the CSIRO’s Technical Advisory Committee for the Sustainable Metal Production stream of the Minerals Down Under Flagship.