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Feb 5 - Feb 5

2020

Minerals and Waste – the Silent Planning Partner?

Somerset County Cricket Club, Taunton, United Kingdom

Royal Town Planning Institute

In the current climate change agenda the focus on conservation and reducing consumption is a key ambition to carbon reduction. Minerals and Waste as a specialised field can be viewed separately from planning although all development could restrict access to limited resources and produce waste which will need to be processed. Has planning got the right approach to this area or is more co-ordination required across the board in order to achieve the most sustainable outcome? This conference aims to…

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Feb 6 - Feb 6

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – Geothermal Update and Networking Drinks

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Geothermal update and networking event from the Cornwall Institute of Engineers on 6th February 2020. Including speakers from United Downs, Eden and Kensa Heat Pumps. Geothermal heat and power are important sources of renewable energy for Cornwall. This evening will provide updates from some of the exciting projects underway in the region and then a chance to discuss more informally in the Upper Stannery afterwards. Lectures, unless otherwise indicated, will take place in the Chapel Theatre, Penryn Campus, Cornwall. Please…

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Feb 7 - Feb 7

2020

Visit to Wheal Jane Earth Science Park – organised by the CIE

Wheal Jane Earth Science Park, Truro, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

A tour of Wheal Jane Earth Science Park to visit the businesses that have brought post-mining regeneration to this site. Tour will be presented by Alison Allen, technical director of Wardell Armstrong International. Time TBC.

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Feb 20 - Feb 20

2020

Cornwall Mining Sundowner

Chain Locker, Falmouth, United Kingdom

February’s Cornwall Mining Sundowner will be taking place at the Chain Locker in Falmouth from 5.30pm. ALL WELCOME

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Feb 27 - Feb 27

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – Making Tailings Safe

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Lecture from the Cornwall Institute of Engineers on 27th February 2020. MAKING TAILINGS SAFE - Women in Mining (UK) Panel Discussion Karen Hudson-Edwards, Professor of Sustainable Mining CSM; Lucy Crane, WIM (UK); Richard Elmer, Knight Piesold; Morwenna Rogers, Paterson & Cooke. A panel discussion on traditional and novel methods for making tailings dams safer, and for reducing the potentially negative environmental effects of tailings on ecosystems and humans. Lectures, unless otherwise indicated, will take place in the Chapel Theatre, Penryn…

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Mar 26 - Mar 26

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – Lecture

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Lecture from the Cornwall Institute of Engineers on 26th March 2020. TITLE TBC Charlie Adcock, Event Horizon. An engineering company with a specialisation in the use of explosive materials and experience in a wide range of fields from aerospace to explosive ordnance disposal and from demolition and salvage to special effects. Lectures, unless otherwise indicated, will take place in the Chapel Theatre, Penryn Campus, Cornwall. Please check the lecture details carefully for alternative venues and time. Directions to Penryn Campus…

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Apr 9 - Apr 9

2020

Cornish Institute of Engineers – The Unexmin Project

Chapel Theatre, Penryn, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Lecture from the Cornwall Institute of Engineers on 9th April 2020. THE UNEXMIN PROJECT: ROBOT SUBMERSIBLES INVESTIGATE GEOLOGY AND INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY IN ECTON MINE, STAFFORDSHIRE Stephen Henley, Resources Computing International Ltd The AGM will precede this talk, commencing at 5.30pm. ALL WELCOME. Submersibles developed in the EU Horizon 2020 UNEXMIN project have been used in Ecton Mine, one of the deepest 18th century copper mins but flooded since 1858, to help answer questions about its geology and history. All investigations…

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Apr 25 - Apr 25

2020

Visit to Rosevale Mine – organised by the CIE

Rosevale Mine, St Ives, United Kingdom

Cornwall Institute of Engineers

Rosevale Mine is a privately funded underground tin mine restoration project, carried out since the mid 1970s by a small group of enthusiasts. The tour will be conducted by experienced guides. The aim is to see the techniques and equipment used for hard rock mining and to appreciate the working environment of a traditional Cornish mine.

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Jun 8 - Jun 9

2020

Biomining ’20 – MEI

National Maritime Museum, Falmouth, United Kingdom

Minerals Engineering International

Biomining '20 will focus on the latest developments in the field of biohydrometallurgy and bioprocessing: the development, optimisation and application of integrated biomining process operations for mineral ores, including low grade and complex ores; the microbiology of biomining and the application of biohydrometallurgy, bioflotation and other technologies to novel resources (such as mine and electronic wastes) and the (bio)remediation of mining-impacted environments. Development and optimisation of biohydrometallurgy processes, including sub-processes of biohydrometallurgy, reactor systems, hydrodynamics and modelling Associated Unit operations,…

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Jul 9 - Jul 10

2020

Extractive Industry Geology (EIG) Conference 2020

Peter Chalk Centre, Exeter, United Kingdom

EIG

The 2020 conference will be held between Wednesday July 8th and Friday 10th July with conference fieldtrips taking place on Wednesday 8th and Saturday 11th July, with the possibility of a two day field trip taking -place over the weekend. The University of Exeter, Streatham Campus will host the conference, more details can be found in the latest newsletter below and on the future conference page. Latest Newsletter - Exeter 2020, 1st Circular (September 2019)

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