Proudly Supporting IMWA 2012
Time to rest now until the next IMWA in Colorado (David Jones' cat in the IMWA bag)...
The IMWA 2012 conference is hosted by Edith Cowan University (Western Australia) for the International Mine Water Association (IMWA), and organised by the Mine Water and Environment Research Centre (MiWER) at Edith Cowan University and Golder Associates (Perth).
Mining intensity and scale is on the increase worldwide. Water shortages resulting from climate change, pollution and increased demand, mean that understanding and managing waters in and around mining activity has never been so vital to environment and society. This conference will enable persons from around the world who have an interest in mine water management to learn first hand how water used and produced by mining creates opportunities, problems and innovative solutions for the community.
Delegates will enjoy a first-class technical program that will address pertinent and exciting information in the field of mine water management and as always, there will be ample opportunity to exchange ideas and best practices with colleagues from around the world.
Located in the city of Bunbury, Western Australia, the program will offer a wide selection of local, national and international keynote and invited speakers. As per past IMWA Conferences the destination is also an outstanding tourist destination and the Conference has been specifically timed to take advantage of the beauty of spring time. The Organising Committee looks forward to welcoming you to Bunbury, Western Australia in September 2012.
Conference co-chairs Mark Lund and Clint McCullough of MiWER and Golder Associates, and the IMWA 2012 Organising Committee welcome you to the IMWA 2012 Conference in Bunbury - Western Australia!