Mine Closure 2018

Join us at Mine Closure 2018, an international conference bringing together the latest in best practices, case studies and general insights on all things closure. From planning to reclamation, legacy sites to new developments, we’re looking forward to contributing to this important knowledge share through these technical presentations and short courses:

Short Course:

Rehabilitation of Historic Mine Workings – A Phased Approach
Speakers: Sue Longo & Jonathon Taylor
For more information and registration information about the short course, visit: https://mineclosure2018.com/short-course-golder/

Technical Presentations:

Integrated Design-Build to Rehabilitate Tailings and Crown Pillars at a Decommissioned Uranium Mine Site
Speaker: Michael Gunsinger

What Should Ecological Function of an Intertidal Zone Look Like at a Historic Mine Site at Closure?
Speaker: Barbara Wernick

Investigations and design for the closure of historic arsenic-bearing tailings at Canada’s Giant Mine
Speaker: Björn Weeks

Coal, Gold and Uranium – How to Rehab Historic Mines for Urban Development
Speaker: Sue Longo

Multicriteria decision approach to support selection of post closure land use
Speaker: Antônio Freitas

Managing contamination considerate of Contaminated Sites Legislation in a mining context ‐ a case study
Speaker: Ivan Kwan

The Path to Closure of a Complex Historic Mine Site
Speaker: Barbara Wernick

A detailed schedule is available on https://mineclosure2018.com/

The event is ongoing.

Tags: Europe, Germany, Mining


Feb 05 2023


12:00 am - 11:59 pm


Leipziger KUBUS
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung – UFZ, Permoserstraße 15


Alana Arcand

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