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Date(s) - 21/01/2019 - 24/01/2019
Water Management and Treatment – Risks and Best Practices
Location: The Westin Ottawa
Water has become a strategic issue for the industry as it can be both a threat and an opportunity. Thus decisions about water have grown increasingly complex. As a result new tools are being applied to enable holistic assessments of water management in mineral processing. These aim at improving performance of projects while reducing multi-hazard risks since pre-feasibility stage .
The course will draw on examples of existing and/or historic operations to explain the benefit of adopting modern best practices in water treatment, tailings management, and finally risk assessments. In brief, the participants will learn the following:
Block 1: Introduction: Change in industry’s thinking about water
Block 2: Effects of water on project performance:
Block 3: Review of Water Management and Treatment Risks:
Common shortcomings in risk assessments and how to prevent them
Block 4: Best Practices – Risk Adjusted Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Block 5: Closing remarks:
Role of mineral processors in solving water issues.