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Mines & Environment
Tailings and Mine Waste Conference 2022 

Please note  rescheduled date of this event to :


Tuesday 9th August 2022 | 8.00am - 3.15pm (AWST; UTC+08:00)

After the event networking till 4.30pm 

In person  includes morning tea, lunch and after the event networking

 from 3.15pm - 4.30pm

Arrival and Registration 7.35am - 7.55am

Venue: Crown Perth, Great Eastern Hwy, Burswood 

The Studio Room 

Cost : Early bird  $790pp

Early bird expires 15th July 2022

Price thereafter $995pp

Book a table of 8 or book individually 



Connect locally and globally with delegates and remain connected, updated and informed.

8.00am - 3.15pm  (AWST; UTC+08:00)

AUD $550pp per view 

Conferences | Workshops | Seminars 

Multi-discipline. Innovative.


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Welcome to the Mines and Environment  -

Tailings and Mine Waste Conference 2022

Join delegates from across the globe and hear from leading global and national experts. Participate in robust discussions,  remain updated and informed, and connect with multi-discipline sectors and peers

The conference will be held face-to-face and virtual - livestreamed from Western Australia and featuring a high-quality technical program and expert keynote speakers.

The hybrid conference format for Jazcorp Tailings and Mine Wastes is expected to attract 250+ delegates  .This conference will reach more delegates and regional Australians, global audiences whilst providing an in-person experience in Perth.

The Jazcorp Tailings and Mine Waste Conference provides a forum for presenting the latest updates, and to discuss current and future issues facing the mining and environmental communities. 

National and International delegates will be able to  access live and on-demand content, interact in live streamed Q&A discussions and engage virtually with other industry professionals. Registrations are now open. 

Guest Speaker
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Hon Bill Johnston 

WA Minister for Mines and Petroleum, Energy, Corrective Services and Industrial Relations 

The Hon. Bill Johnston is Western Australia's Minister for Mines and Petroleum, Energy, Corrective Services and Industrial Relations. 
He has been a Minister for the McGowan Labor Government since March 2017, and was previously Minister for Commerce, Electoral Affairs, and Asian Engagement.
So far, his achievements include cutting red-tape for the mining industry, introducing the Work Health and Safety Bill (industrial manslaughter provisions) and assisting in revolutionising Western Australia’s energy system. 
In Opposition he served as Shadow Minister for State Development and Energy from 2012, and Shadow Minister for Mines and Petroleum from 2013.
He was a Member of the Economics and Industry Standing Committee and Deputy Chair of the Inquiry into Domestic Gas Prices from 2010 to 2011.
Prior to entering Parliament, he was the State Secretary of WA Labor from 2001 until 2008, with responsibility for all State and Federal election campaigns.


Delegates :

Hear from International, Local and National Speakers - stay connected, updated and informed 

Presenters from: 

International Council of Mining and Metals (London) 

 University of Queensland, University of Western Australia,  University of Alberta, Environ Pty Ltd 

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In Person 

To book your in person ticket at 

(includes morning tea, lunch, after the event canapes, drinks)

 please click below

7.45am arrival for 7.50am start

Finish 3.15pm 

After the event networking, canapes and drinks to 4.30pm


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Virtual tickets are now open

connect with delegates locally and globally.

Includes breaks, Certificates of Attendance. 

8am - 3.15pm AWST


The Global Industry Standard on Tailings Management: origins, content and ICMM Response


Aidan Davy

International Council of Minings and Metals 

BIo here 

Management, Treatment and Disposal of Waste with PFAS at Mine Sites

Dr Jimmy Seow 

Environ Pty Ltd 

See BIO here 

Extracting Iron ore from Mining waste ; 

The new chemical additive that increases iron ore yield while reducing costs and the environmental effect of mining waste.

Professor Yee-Kwong Leong

University of WA 

See BIo here 

Design considerations for management AMD with dry stack filtered tailings 

Dr. G. Ward Wilson

University of Alberta

See Bio here 


Evaluation of Tailings Storage Facilities monitoring technologies

Professor Andy Fourie

University of Western Australia


See BIO here  


Safe, Sustainable Management of Filtered Tailings

Professor Andy Fourie

University of Western Australia 

See BIO here 

Lessons learnt from Tailings Dam Failures

Professor David Williams

University of Queensland 

See BIO here 

The importance of site settings on tailings dam stability

Professor David Williams

University of Queensland 

See Bio here 

Some program topics may alter slightly*

Sponsorship & Exhibit space 

Sponsorship & Exhibit Space now open 

Choose from Gold, Silver, Bronze, Annual and the Event Networking Sponsorship 

Join the Network  

Network members pay Early Bird prices for all events

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Certificates of Attendances available for all who have registered and attended.