5th Annual Enviromining

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Over the past decade the mining industry has been the centre of a tug of war between the DEA and DMR. Needless to say the mining industry is  compelled to comply  to all legislation in order to stay avoid  compliance directives and keep the green and blue scorpions at bay. Intelligence Transfer Center will be hosting the 5th Annual EnviroMining Conference taking place on 18 & 19 March 2015 at Gallagher Estate, Midrand. Through collaboration this conference aims to provide a clear and concise understanding on what Government expects from industry. Ultimately encouraging compliance to both NEMA and the MPRDA among other key pieces of legislation relevant to the mining industry. This conference will also look at pertinent topics that greatly influence the mining sector such as, the  new Air Quality Emission Standards, safe disposal of acid mine drainage, obtaining your Water Use Licensing under the revised MPRDA as well as Mine Closure and Rehabilitation among others.

REGULATORY UPDATE NOT-TO-BE MISSED:

 THE ONE ENVIRONMENT SYSTEM AS IT APPLIES TO MINING DEPARTMENT OF MINERAL RESOURCES

A ZERO TOLERANCE APPROACH TO SAND MINING
Dr Eshaam Palmer

Director: Environmental Governance

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS & DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Zanele Mthiyane
General Manager: Health, Safety and Environmental Compliance
RICHARDS BAY COAL TERMINAL
Jaco Schoeman
EMO Operations Director
DRDGOLD LIMITED (ERGO MINING
OPERATIONS PTY LTD)
Pierre Jordaan
Vice President : SHEQ Mining Services
SASOL MINING
Dr Mosidi Makgae
Scientific Researcher and Program Manager
COUNCIL FOR GEOSCIENCE
Dr Cecilia Kinuthia-Njenga
Head : Liaison Office
UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT
PROGRAM
Adv. Johann A Raubenheimer
Risk Management Consultant
HOGAN
LOVELLS
Michelle Boshoff
Manager Environment
RICHARDS BAY
MINERALS RIO TINTO
Peter Lentsoane
Environmental Superintendent
PILANESBERG
PLATINUM MINES (PTY) LTD

PRACTICAL WORKSHOP

The importance of sustainable community development planning as part of your mine Environmental Management Plan (EMPS)

Facilitated by: John-Mark Kilian
Social Scientist
UMSIZI SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL SOLUTIONS

&
Marna de Lange

Social Entrepreneur
UMSIZI SUSTAINABLE SOCIAL SOLUTIONS

KEY STRATEGIES TO BE DISCUSSED:

  • A look at mining and sustainable development within the industry: challenges and perspectives
  • Addressing the complications of obtaining your Water Use Licensing under the revised MPRDA
  • Avoiding liability by making financial provision for future closure and rehabilitation
  • Integrating better water management planning for your mining house
  • Exploring how the new Air Quality Emission Standards will impact the mining industry
  • Avoiding punitive measure for non-compliance to the Air Quality Act – getting to the 2020 Goal
  • An overview and challenges of abandoned mines in South Africa
  • Eradicating mine waste to curb the environmental impact within the mining industry

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Group Enviro Supts, SHEQ Superintendants, H&S Compliance, SHE Manager, Safety Officers, Engineers, Technical Directors, SHEQ Managers, Snr Env Officers, SD Managers, Operations Directors, Financial Managers, Ass Sales Managers, MLA Managers, Resource Officer, Environmental Officers, Environmental Scientists, Env Compliance Officers, Head Of Agricultures, Mining Supts, Compliance Managers, Technical Managers, Environment Managers, Snr Enviro Consultants, Legal Managers

PRICING

Past Delegate: R6999

Early Bird: R7999 (Register before 3 March 2015)

Standard Package: R8999

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RESERVE YOUR SEAT HERE

DOWNLOAD CONTENT 

Govt rolls out streamlined licensing process to enhance mining competitiveness
Courtesy of Mining Weekly: Sashnee Moodley

“Government on Monday rolled out its One Environmental System to streamline licensing processes for mining, environmental authorisations and water use….” >> Click here to download

Sustainable community and livelihood development
Courtesy of: John-Mark Killian (Past speaker) 

“Marikana taught us that…” >> Click here to download

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