Mine Reclamation Management

Venue: The Fairmont Hotel

Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Event Date/Time: Nov 08, 2004 End Date/Time: Nov 09, 2004
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Mine site remediation and reclamation has become a key priority for the industry and communities — are you ready to deal with the challenges?

Managing the practical realities of implementing reclamation and remediation for operating mines can be costly, time consuming and onerous. However, fully preparing and developing your strategy with external and internal stakeholders can be the key to successful closure. This brand new conference will help you plan your reclamation activities more effectively saving time and money in the process. Get up-to the minute information on best practices, regulatory developments, emerging models and trends to help you:
*Find out the latest on financial guarantees for the future costs of management of sites
*Discover how effective reclamation planning can help you start production early and save money
*Negotiate reclamation security levels and instruments
*Structure agreements with the Crown dealing with existing environmental liabilities
*Manage the social impact of closure on communities to create a win-win succession plan

Acquire this information first-hand from those who have been through the processes themselves and developed some of the industry's best practices and precedents, including:

Boliden Westmin, Kinross Gold Corp, Luscar Ltd, Taseko Mines Ltd., Indian and Northern Development, BC Ministry of Energy and Mines, Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board, Golder Associates, O'Kane Consultants Inc. and many more!

Ensure you don't miss out on this information-packed conference full of realistic strategies and ideas that have worked for others and can save you from logistical nightmares further down the road.


Additional Information

Who Should Attend Senior executives in reclamation, operations, environment, health and safety, remediation, regulatory, and external affairs from across the mining industry, and all levels of government and community groups including: -Mining companies -Mine sites -Regulatory and permitting bodies -Environmental specialists -Consultants -Law firms -Industry associations -Community and environmental associations -Provincial, Aboriginal communities, Territorial and Federal government -Environmental service and equipment providers