Mine Closure 2019

Join us at the 13th International Conference on Mine Closure, bringing together the latest in best practices, case studies and insights on responsible and sustainable approaches to closure. Meet our global team of closure specialists at Booth 26 who represent the many disciplines that are required for successful closure of sites. From planning to reclamation, legacy sites to new developments, we’re looking forward to contributing to this important knowledge share as a Major Sponsor of the conference and through the following technical presentations and short courses:

Short Courses:

Pit Lakes Closure Planning Workshop
September 1st
Presenters: Dr Devin Castendyk (Golder), Dr Cherie D McCullough (Mine Lakes Consulting)

Landform Design and Modelling for Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Workshop
September 2nd
Presenters: Chris Waygood (Golder), Jose F Martin Duque (University of Madrid), Greg Hancock (University of Newcastle), Harley Lacy (MCMS Pty), David Williams (University of Queensland)

Technical Presentations:

Conscious uncoupling: the case of the mine and the community
By: Delanyo Aheto-Tsegah

Progressive release of security to incentivise and fund closure
By: Ken Bocking

An update on the development of mine closure and reclamation standards by the International Organisation for Standards
By: Darren Murphy

A Case for Consequence Categories to Guide the Closure Design of Landforms
By: Andre Kemp

Toward a common practice in the selection of earthquake ground motions for design of critical mining facilities at closure and post-closure
By: Jeff Fraser

Modelling the long-term water balance of a pit lake for recreational end uses
By: Amy Carlino

Stabilizing an underground void: monolithic construction using self-consolidating concrete
By: Ashley Pakula

Aerial drones monitor circulation and water quality during turnover in two US pit lakes
By: Devin Castendyk

A repurposing framework for alignment of regional development and mine closure
By: Darren Murphy (Presented by Justin Fromm, Pilbara Development Commission)

Stress-testing tailings dam designs for closure using a landscape evolution model
By:
Neeltje Slingerland (Presenting as University of Alberta)

A detailed schedule is available at http://mineclosure2019.com/ or check out the conference app for presentation times and locations.

Tags:

Date

Sep 03 2019 - Sep 05 2019

Time

All of the day

Location

The Westin Perth
The Westin Perth, 480 Hay St, Perth WA 6000, Australia
Category

Organizer

Alana Arcand
Email
Alana_Arcand@golder.com

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