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Welcome to Mines and Environment
www.minesandenvironment.com 

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MULTI-DISCIPLINE | INNOVATIVE | SOLUTION-FOCUSED

 

 

Beyond the evolution of the minerals and metals sector, sound and effective stakeholder management remains key to delivering  positive outcomes.

Mines and Environment believes that constructive stakeholder engagement is crucial for developing mutual understandings and striving towards sustainability.

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INFORMATION
EDUCATION
COMMUNICATION

  • CONFERENCES 

  • WORKSHOPS (CPD) 

  • SEMINARS 

  • NETWORKING 

  • EVENTS

Bridging the Gap for Interdisciplinary Collaboration  & Communication 
OUR GOALS 

CONNECT

INFORM

UPDATE 

EDUCATE 

INSPIRE 

About Us

​Mines and Environment is a National multi-discipline Industry Network focused on connecting, updating, inspiring, and educating stakeholders across the country.

 

This multi-faceted interdisciplinary approach has seen the network expand at a rapid rate as we continue to research current challenges, changes in each State and sector such as  legislation, codes , systems and global events that impact the way you manage partnerships and your role

 

We partner with Local and National Industry Experts, Associations, Stakeholders, Bodies, Universities , and design, develop and deliver programs that support Continuous Professional Development at our signature events, conferences and seminars held throughout the year. 

Programs include topics on Mining and Environmental changes in legislation, Mine Closure, Environmental impact assessments, Environmental impacts of mineral mining, such as wastes, environmental protection expenditure, rehabilitation, and industry self-regulation.

Other areas include ; 

  • Mineral exploration impact the environment

  • Acid mine drainage

  • Rate of mineral resource use

  • Processing chemical pollution - spilling, leaking or leaching of chemical agents (i.e. cyanide, sulphuric acid) from the mine site into nearby water bodies.

  • Heavy metal contamination and leaching  and areas of Mining operations

  • Environment: biodiversity, ecosystem services, water management, mine waste/tailings, air, noise, energy, climate change (carbon footprint, greenhouse gas), hazardous substances, mine closure.

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