Open-cut mining (coal and metals) is used when the minerals are found over a large area and relatively close to the surface. It is a surface mining technique that extracts rock or minerals from the earth by their removal from an open pit or borrow.
We’re excited to be attending and exhibiting at the AusIMM Open Pit Operators Conference in Perth this month. Our very talented MEC Mining Principal Geotechnical Engineer Julianne Armstrong and Principal Advisor Rod Bonner will be there! Both have approximately 20 years’ experience in their respective fields, across a range of commodities. Find them on Stand 13 and feel free to talk to them about a project or idea you’d appreciate their insights on.
Meet them at:
WHAT: The AusIMM Open Pit Operators Conference 2022
WHERE: Perth, Australia and Online (MEC Mining is on Stand 13)
WHEN: 21 – 22 June, 2022
The conference’s superior technical program will showcase the latest advancements in open pit mining. Leading global experts will deliver thought-provoking keynote presentations that will review the digital solutions improving production and site efficiencies. The event contributes to 16 PD hours. Hope to see you there or register for all the presentations, which are available to watch on-demand!
For tickets visit: https://www.ausimm.com/conferences-and-events/open-pit-operators/
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