• Mine wastes: leave them, cover them, or change them for sustainable outcomes

    Mine wastes: leave them, cover them, or change them for sustainable outcomes

    26 May 2020 12:30pm1:30pm
    Subtitle: How do we rehabilitate colossal volumes of mine wastes more cheaply and with long-lasting outcomes?
    Mining sectors and communities face ever-increasing environmental and health risks from mine wastes as a result of mining and processing precious and base metal ores. But ecological engineering of mine wastes aims to harness bio-chemical weathering and transformation of tailings minerals to alter tailings in situ, for cost-effective and sustainable outcomes.
  • CRC TiME  - The Fundamentals

    CRC TiME - The Fundamentals

    19 May 2020 12:30pm1:30pm
    CEO of CRC TiME, Dr Guy Boggs (The University of Western Australia), and CRC TiME Research Director Professor Anna Littleboy (SMI) walk us through the fundamental aspects of this new 10 year project.
  • Dr Strangefroth or: How To Learn To Stop Worrying And Love Flotation Chemistry

    12 May 2020 12:30pm1:30pm
    Dr Liza Forbes from JKMRC presents on flotation chemistry - one of the least well understood mineral processing disciplines.
  • Daniel Hastings

    Webinar: The importance of cashflow grade modelling in strategic mine planning

    8 May 2020 9:00am10:00am
    Cashflow grade modelling is a major component of the strategic planning process. It combines geology, metallurgy, mine planning, marketing, environment, finance and a number of other aspects of an operation or potential operation to provide information crucial to the strategic planning process.
  • Mining as a temporary land use: industry-led transitions and repurposing

    Mining as a temporary land use: industry-led transitions and repurposing

    5 May 2020 12:30pm1:30pm
    Post-mining land use and associated economies have become a priority issue in mine lifecycle planning. Julia Keenan from the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining presents on their recent scoping project which started from the position that reconceptualising mine ‘closure’ may enhance the industry’s contribution to sustainable development.

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