The WA Division of EIANZ invites you to a workshop designed for environmental professionals who are seeking to expand their knowledge and stay at the forefront of tailings management practices.
You will gain comprehensive insights into the environmental impacts, studies, assessments, and approvals associated with both new tailings storages and the expansion of existing ones. The workshop will address various environmental considerations that arise in the context of these projects.
During the workshop, participants will delve into the critical aspects of sustainable mine development, with a specific focus on tailings design and management. The workshop will address the various environmental considerations that arise in the context of these projects, emphasizing the need for thorough impact assessments and the necessary approvals to ensure responsible and sustainable practices.
Who should attend?
This workshop is specifically designed for environmental professionals, including operators, executives, and consultants, who are looking to enhance their expertise in tailings management practices. It offers an excellent opportunity to connect with other environmental professionals, exchange ideas, and enhance your professional network. Don't miss out on this chance to deepen your knowledge and contribute to more sustainable mine development practices.
Limited seats are available, so act fast to secure your spot. Light refreshments for morning tea and lunch will be provided.
Meet the speaker:
Mitch Hanger | Managing Director and Principal of Resource Engineering Consultants (REC)
Mictch is a leading expert in the provision of specialised services to the mining and metals industry. Mitch has 15 years of experience as a Geotechnical Engineer working on mining and resource projects across Australia, Africa and South-East Asia. These projects have varied in size and nature and broadly include investigative and reporting work, design and analysis, construction support and peer reviews. Working alongside expert geologists, hydrologists and hydrogeologists has greatly influenced and shaped his whole-of-life approach carried forward into review, design, investigative and construction projects managed under Resource Engineering Consultants (REC).