MINES AND ENVIRONMENT
MINE CLOSURE 2024 CONFERENCE
FRI 15th March 2024
8.30am - 5.00pm
1 day Conference
5.00pm - 6.00pm
Early bird registrations are open
Student : $450pp
Includes proceedings, morning tea, lunch, beverages and Sundowner
Book early bird price here
Now accepting abstracts.
Hear directly from the Department of Mines Industry Regulation and Safety and Experts from across the globe .
Following a successful 2023 Mine Closure Conference, we are pleased to be hosting the much anticipated 2024 Mine Closure Conference.
Responsible mining practices are continually evolving with ever more emphasis on values-based behaviours that deliver sustainable benefits for people and the planet, even after a mine is closed.
The 2024 Mine Closure Conference will see some thought-provoking presentations addressing the legal, environmental and practical challenges faced within the WA and global Mining Sectors.
The event will also offer Sponsors and partners an opportunity to establish strategic relationships with industry leaders, local government ,international concepts and the private sector .
Delegates will be able to learn, share and collaborate on the latest information, mine closure regulation/auditing findings, framework, research, and findings designed to close the gap in communication and address compliance for a sustainable future.
The Conference is our Signature event, reflecting our model where we believe that information, education and closing the gap in communication is essential in achieving common goals.
This event model has seen long-term business sustainable relationships forged and a close in the gap of communication for all disciplines.
Although we welcome exhibitors , the primary focus will be on information sharing and ensuring that all disciplines remain abreast on matters that are relevant, current and have an impact on everyday roles. As we limit the number of exhibitors, this provides ample opportunity for those who do choose to exhibit.
The event will be bring together International and Local mining professionals, technical speakers and a highly informative session from Local Government, Industry experts and Universities across the globe.
Please submit your interest for abstract submission or sponsorship information below.
See an overview of the 2023 successful event below
Latest News from WA’s Lead Regulatory Agency for Mine Closure from DMIRS
Remote Monitoring Net Ecosystem Productivity Post-closure
Climate Change and Quantifying Risks/Opportunities from Mine Closure
Consideration of First Nations’ cultural values in mine site rehabilitation by environmental professionals
The dilemma of rehabilitating Australia’s mine pits
Adopting a programmatic approach to mine closure for better socio-economic and environmental outcomes.
Integrating microalgae production into mine closure plans
The contribution of applied mineralogy to sustainability in the mine life cycle
Mining transitions and climate change: a research synthesis to inform.....
A full Program will be available 30th Oct 2023
HEAR FROM THE PANEL SESSION AT 4.15PM - 5.00PM
ENJOY A SUNDOWNER FROM 5.00PM - 6.00PM - ALL INCLUDED
Register your interest
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