International Mining Symposium

September 25 - 28, 2023 in Dresden

RE-THINKING MINING REMEDIATION

Innovative approaches towards sustainability

  

The remediation of mining sites is often a highly complex and technologically demanding task that depends on available technologies and economic conditions. Mine remediation aims at the necessary and permanent reduction of risks and impacts on people and the environment. From the planning phase through to the completion of the remediative work, it is important to also consider future challenges with a view to achieve a sustainable subsequent use of remediated sites. Innovative reuse of former mining sites, including the implementation of efficient energy concepts and the responsible use of resources, all increase the social acceptance of mineral extraction and its consequences.

 

The experience and skills gained in over 30 years of active mine rehabilitation will also be needed in future, forming the base of making mining sustainable. At the Symposium, innovative approaches towards sustainable mine remediation will be in the focus of attention.

 

The 5th International Mining Symposium WISSYM 2023 offers a platform for exchanging and discussing experiences in mining remediation for national and international remediation specialists, mining operators, scientists, representatives of authorities and administration as well as consulting engineers.

 

Partners and co-organizers of this specialist meeting are the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the DIAMO state-owned enterprise of Czech Republic as well as Technical University (Bergakademie) Freiberg.
 



Registration

 

To participate in the conference you need to register in the WISSYM 2023 conference system (ConfTool). With this registration it is possible to register for the conference.
 


Venue

Hotel Pullman Dresden Newa
Prager Str. 2c | 01069 Dresden


Conference secretariat

Phone: +49 371 8120-108

Fax: +49 371 8120-107

E-Mail: wissym-2023@wismut.de

 

Programme Committee

Head: Ulf Barnekow
 

Partners and co-organisers of the expert meeting are the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), DIAMO, state enterprise, Czech Republic and TU Bergakademie Freiberg.
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