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International Mineral Processing Congress to be held in Brisbane

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The XXV International Mineral Processing Congress 2010 (IMPC 2010) will be held from 6-10 September in Brisbane, Queensland Australia. This is a highlight on the minerals industry calendar of events for the upcoming year.

Researchers and practitioners from across the globe will be meeting at IMPC 2010 to discuss the latest developments in the field of minerals processing. This is an event for all interested industry representatives to address the major issues facing the industry.

The Congress is being jointly hosted by The Australasian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy (The AusIMM) , JKTech, and CSIRO, jointly.

Patrons of XXV International Mineral Processing Congress 2010 are Ausenco (The Engineering Company), Outotec (The Technology Supplier) and Vale (The Mining House).

IMPC 2010 President Dr Robin Batterham, FAusIMM, is looking forward to what is sure to be a successful event.

“The theme for IMPC 2010 is Smarter Processing for the Future, and indeed this is linked with the recent worldwide economic changes and the consequent need to examine ways of reducing mineral processing costs,” said Batterham.

“Energy, water and environmental limitations are also putting pressure on the future sustainability of the minerals industry. With the ‘best of the best’ of researchers and industry representatives in attendance at IMPC 2010 as plenary and keynote speakers, the latest ideas in Smarter Processing for the Future will be explored.”

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