A bit of self promotion. There is still time to sign up and join us next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings (PST) for the EduMine course on Mine Waste Management and Treatment. See this link for details.
This is an entirely new course–none of the materials we will present have been presented before. The reason this is new and important are the presenters:
Jack Caldwell will focus on the engineering side of water management, discussing available state-of-the-art technologies and appropriate management systems for advanced mine water management from design through closure, including a renewed focus on risk assessment and decision making. David Kratochvil and Patrick Littlejohn of BioteQ will address recent advances in processing and treating water for mine uses, mine reuse, and discharge.
In particular this is the first time that David and Patrick are presenting an EduMine webcast. I have known them both for many years and have become more and more impressed by their knowledge, skills, and ability. I just had to get them with me onto an EduMine course. I know that what they present will be state-of-the art, practical, and relevant.
We will deal with the new ICMM guidelines on mine water management, on limiting water use on mines, on treating water to recycle water, and preparing water for discharge in accordance with more stringent regulations. We will discuss the best papers of the past year in InfoMine and other conference on mine water management & treatment. In short we aim to bring you up-to-date with the best, newest, and most practical approaches to making your mine use less water, use water wisely, and reduce the increasing cost of water and it use.
All three of us stand ready to talk with you about the course before the course if you like. Contact me at email@example.com and I will direct you as appropriate to David or Patrick. In fact if you have special issues, join us, let us know of your specific interest, and we will address them in the course.
See you there.
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