Next Mine Closure conference will take place on October 23-26, 2017 in Lima, Peru.
Visit www.mineclosure2017.com to learn more and to submit abstracts
Over 450 delegates from 23 countries attended Mine Closure 2015 conference!
A big thank you to everyone who made this conference possible: organizing and institutional partners, committee members, speakers and authors, reviewers, and sponsors and exhibitors!
Presentations, attendee list and event photos – log in to the Delegate Site
As a conference delegate, you have an exclusive access to the delegate site where you will find presentations, attendee list and event photos. Click on the delegate site access banner and sign in with your username and password that you have received in your email.
Mine Closure has become an internationally recognized conference series since it was established in 2006. The 10th International Conference on Mine Closure offered a multidisciplinary global forum for exchanging views and developing capacity, to ensure that new mines are designed with closure in mind, and old sites are closed economically, while minimizing environmental and societal impacts.
This was the second time Mine Closure returned to Canada, after a very successful conference in 2011 at Lake Louise that attracted almost 600 delegates. Following on that success, the conference organizers again partnered with the British Columbia Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation (BC TRCR). Mine Closure 2015 was held in conjunction with TRCR’s 39th Annual BC Mine Reclamation Symposium. The joint event offered delegates a stellar technical program featuring over 100 presentations on the latest scientific developments, as well as insightful discussions on the most pressing issues.
The next Mine Closure conference will be organized by InfoMine and will take place on October 23-26, 2017 in Lima, Peru.
Please visit www.mineclosure2017.com or contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERVIEW WITH THE CHAIRMAN!
Les Sawatsky, Conference Chairman, spoke on mine closure issues in Canada and how the Mine Closure 2015 conference attempted to address them.