Technical Session 3

15:00 – 16:20 / 14 April 2021   Sary Arka 3 Hall

Sustainable Mining – Introduction of Closed Mining Systems and other Technologies to Reduce Environmental Footprint and Risks

Organised in partnership with the National Academy of Mining Sciences

  • Environmental and economic assessment of mine development and environmental planning.
  • Methodology of mining technology selection.
  • Principles of transition from open production systems to semi-open and closed systems.
  • Organisation of the integrated use of mineral resources and mineral resources using the technology of a closed mining system.
  • The benefits of leaching technologies to reduce the risks of water and environmental contamination.

Moderator
Nurlan Ryspanov
President
National Academy of Mining Sciences


Speakers:
Prospects for the use of closed mining systems

Nurlan Ryspanov
President
National Academy of Mining Sciences


Closed chemical cycles for processing ore and man-made raw materials

Baurzhan Duisebayev
Member of Presidium of NAMS
National Academy of Mining Sciences


Prospects for the development of technogenic mineral formations and dumps

Gaukhar Turysbekova
Director of the Institute of Metallurgy and Industrial engineering
Satbayev University


Application of biogeotechnology in closed mining systems

Erkin Bektay
Professor
Satbayev University


A set of new technologies and technical solutions for the extraction of gold from oxidized ores by underground borehole leaching ISL.

Altynbek Yerseitov
Director
Alamak Proxima


Risks in the mining industry: regulatory requirements and needs of subsoil users

Olga Petrova
Deputy director
UralGeoProekt


Regulation of open pit slope stability in Russia

Victor Spirin
Senior Geotechnical Engineer
SRK Consulting (Russia)


Closed Mining Systems - water reuse and regeneration

Stephen Wilson
Managing Director
Paterson & Cooke (UK)