Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation

The Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation (CMLR) addresses the environmental challenges of the minerals industry by translating scientific results into practices that continually improve mine rehabilitation outcomes. 

Formally established in 1993, the Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation (CMLR) consists of a collaborative and multi-disciplinary group of research, teaching and support staff, and postgraduate students. CMLR is dedicated to delivering excellence in environmental research, education and awareness to the national and international minerals industry, relevant government departments, non-government organisations and local communities.

CMLR is widely recognised as the source of quality research at the cutting edge of issues in mining environmental management and sustainability, across the full spectrum of resource commodities.  It has built a reputation for providing the  science necessary to inform decision-making that can minimise risks and maximise opportunities resulting from resource exploration, extraction and processing globally.

General Enquiries

Phone: +61 7 3346 4003
Fax: +61 7 3346 4056
Email: smi.environment@uq.edu.au

Postal Address

Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI)
Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation (CMLR)
Level 4, Sir James Foots Building (No. 47A)
Cnr College Rd and Staff House Rd
The University of Queensland
St Lucia  Qld  4072
AUSTRALIA

Director

Associate Professor Glen Corder
Environment Centres Acting Director
g.corder@uq.edu.au

Location

Level 4, Sir James Foots Building (47A)
Cnr College Rd & Staff House Rd 
The University of Queensland
St Lucia, QLD 4072