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7th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage

SMI Knowledge Transfer, a unit within JKTech Pty Ltd, is pleased to advise details for the 7th Australian Workshop on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage. The Workshop will be held in Darwin, Northern Territory, from 21-24 June 2011. Prior to the Workshop, an Introductory Course on Acid and Metalliferous Drainage will be held on 20 June 2011. Acid and Metalliferous Drainage (AMD), sometimes referred to as ‘acid mine drainage’ (AMD) or ‘acid rock drainage’ (ARD) is the single most important environmental issue for the world-wide mining industry. In spite of considerable progress in areas such as waste characterisation, acid drainage treatment and management, and the expenditure of significant amounts of money to remediate sites affected by AMD, it is apparent that AMD still presents many challenges for mining companies. The workshop theme, “Emerging Trends in AMD Management”, emphasises the need for companies to learn from observations and advances in practical long term AMD management including assessment of AMD risk at pre-feasibility stages of projects, implications of climatic extremes, integration of appropriate emerging technologies and research in AMD planning and management into life-of-mine planning and beyond.

Meeting Details
Location Darwin , Northern Territory, Australia 
Website www.jktech.com.au/amd 
Starts Tuesday June 21, 2011 
Ends Friday June 24, 2011 
Contact Bruce Barrie 
e-mail b.barrie@jktech.com.au 
Address 40 Isles Road Indooroopilly 
City Brisbane 
State / Province Queensland 
Zip / Postal Code 4035 
Country Australia 
Phone +61 7 3346 4130 
Fax +61 7 3365 5900 
 



 
 
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