Why is this relevant to the industry right now?
In today’s mining landscape, there is more onus than ever on plant and processing teams to process minerals more efficiently, reduce waste and maximise profits. With plant and processing operators now playing a much more directive role in mine optimisation, so too are the technologies and equipment that support these endeavours.
Processing plants are becoming smarter, with a range of new equipment made available for implementation. Couple this with new processing methodologies, and we’re seeing greater innovation on this side of the business.
Increased scrutiny on tailings and waste management processes have also driven further requirements for innovation in plant and processing to avoid the risks, operational hazards, and large-scale destruction as seen in recent years.
What will this conference theme cover?
Innovation in plant, processing, and waste management will explore innovative plant design, new technologies and equipment used for processing, as well as tailings and waste management strategies and solutions.
What will they leave having learnt/achieved?
Attendees of this conference will gain a greater understanding of how to develop and implement plans for better tailings and waste management, and take away learnings from case studies of plant and processing operators from various projects.
Who is this relevant for?
- Plant and processing operators, metallurgists and engineers
- Anyone involved in environmental sustainability, tailings, and waste management
- Engineering and processing consultants
- METS companies with plant and processing solutions
- Academics and research organisations