How can the mining sector reduce and in some cases eliminate the waste it produces? The Waste Revolution Seminar Series’ Mining Seminar will take place in Highveld’s Protea Hotel on the 4th November 2010. The aim of the event is to provide practical solutions for South African mining stakeholders.
The problems caused by unsustainable waste practices in the mining industry and elsewhere have caused the government to focus on the minimisation of waste in their legislation. The mining sector is moving towards a more sustainable way of dealing with its waste.
Interested parties are invited to join sector stakeholders and thought leaders in a discussion about the way forward for the mining sector.
- This Seminar will bring together some of the country’s mining stakeholders who will be playing meaningful roles in either initiating sustainable waste management and reduction projects and policy or specifying and manufacturing the products and technologies that will change the way we deal with mining waste in South Africa.
- Top South African speakers and a Q&A/Debate session will be jam-packed into this 1-day Seminar which will be held in Witbank on November 4th.
- The Seminar will be accompanied by an exhibition of industry products and services and delegates will be able to network with the country’s sector decision-makers as they enjoy a tea and lunch service between sessions.
- Legislation, acid mine drainage, atmospheric pollution, coal bed methane and reducing water consumption will be among the topics discussed by speakers who will offer practical solutions to these issues.
- The Waste Revolution Seminar Series is a micro-event and limited delegate seats are available.
- The seminar will include a networking cocktail function.
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