MetPlant 2013

  • Dates:
    Jul 15 - 17, 2013
  • Hours:
    From 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Location:
    207 Adelaide Terrace Perth, Western Australia 6000 Tel: +61 8 9224 7777 Fax: +61 8 9224 7788 Email: reserve.ppper@panpacific.com Web: www.panpacific.com/en/Perth/Overview.html
  • Event Type:
    Conference & Exhibition

Organized By

The AusIMM

Contact Information

Tara Hicks
Coordinator, Conferences & Events
Ground Floor 204 Lygon Street Carlton, Victoria 3053 Australia
61 03 96586100
conference@ausimm.com.au
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MetPlant 2013 will develop the themes from previous MetPlant conferences which encompass mineral processing, hydrometallurgy, biometallurgy, pyrometallurgy, water and tailings management, emissions management and energy efficiency.

In 2013 the conference will concentrate on the practical matters of design, beginning with feasibility studies, geometallurgy, process and equipment selection (for greenfield, brownfield and expansion projects), construction and commissioning, and improvements to operations.

The conference themes also include control and instrumentation, management strategies, green processing studies, and whole of life planning and operations through to closure and rehabilitation.

Case studies and discussion of world’s best practice in plant design and plant operations are encouraged.

Event Detail

Highlights

MetPlant 2013 will develop the themes from previous MetPlant conferences which encompass mineral processing, hydrometallurgy, biometallurgy, pyrometallurgy, water and tailings management, emissions management and energy efficiency.

In 2013 the conference will concentrate on the practical matters of design, beginning with feasibility studies, geometallurgy, process and equipment selection (for greenfield, brownfield and expansion projects), construction and commissioning, and improvements to operations.

The conference themes also include control and instrumentation, management strategies, green processing studies, and whole of life planning and operations through to closure and rehabilitation.

Case studies and discussion of world’s best practice in plant design and plant operations are encouraged.