Tercera Conferencia Mundial de Minería de Rellenos


17 – 18 November 2014, London, UK

ETC Conference Venue, 57 N Wharf Road, Paddington, London, W2 1LA


Final call for papers:

Interested presenters should email the conference convenor, Dr Robert McCaffrey, at rob@propubs.com, with a proposed presentation title as soon as possible.

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Despite the continuing low levels of commodity prices, landfill operators are still desperate to make money out of their assets – rather than them costing money. The conference will examine options for operators to optimise the financial returns on these unloved but potentially-lucrative landfills, and explore options for down-stream by-product usage. Speakers will give details of their experience of actual landfill mining projects and the lessons learned.

From its origins in the 1950s, Landfill Mining is an idea whose time has come. Even aside from their valuable methane resources, landfills should now be seen as valuable repositories for a wealth of higher value materials. Landfill mining can recover valuable metals, produce high quality fertiliser and construction materials and can make available real-estate that was once considered lost forever. If ‘waste from energy’  and metal prices are today’s hot topics, then you can view a landfill as being a gold mine and a coal mine rolled into one.

Attendence allowed landfill operators to extend their business models, and to extract the maximum value from their assets. Networking opportunities at the event were superb, and the adjacent exhibition allowed operators to source the most cost-effective equipment and advice for landfill mining and monetisation.

Further details will be posted here, and registration will open, in due course.

Crucial information

The Global Landfill Mining conference will examine the following main themes:

  • Business models for landfill mining;
  • Pre-fill planning for future landfill mining;
  • Optimised methane acceleration, recovery and termination;
  • Regulatory and environmental issues for landfill mining;
  • Sorting and treatment technology for landfill mining;
  • New technology options for landfill mining and landfill processing;
  • Waste-stream utilisation and beneficiation options.

Who will attend?

  • Local authorities
  • Landfill operators
  • Legislators
  • Stakeholders
  • Equipment providers
  • Academics
  • Hydrologists
  • Resource users including Cement producers
  • Lime producers
  • Power producers
  • Metals producers
  • Chemicals producers

Companies that have previously attended the Global Mining Finance Conference and Exhibition:

BAA;   BBC World Service;   Biffa;   Capita Symonds;   Cardiff Council;   CEMEX UK;   CESPA GR;   CIMPOR Tec;   Core Competencies S/B;   D.G Khan Cement Co. Ltd;   DEC;   Defra;   Deme Environmental Contractors;   Edmund Nuttall Ltd;   EGF Associates;   Emirates Environmental Technology Llc;   Ends Report;   Fairport Engineering Ltd;   FKF ZA;   FLI Environmental;   FLSmidth;   Fritz & Macziol;   Frontiers Developments;   Geocycle;   GLT-Avfall;   Golder Associates (UK) Ltd;   Green Futures Magazine;   Gront Mij;   HJ Hansen;   Holcim Group Support Ltd;   Hydrex UK Limited;   Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining;   Island Waste Services;   JACC Allen Holdings Ltd;   Kier Construction;   Kier Mining;   L I Winn & Son Ltd;   Lafarge;   Lafarge Aggregates Ltd;   Laing O’Rourke;   Le Monde;   Letsrecycle.com;   Lifecycle Renewables Ltd;   Lindner Recycling;   Linkoping University;   Materials World Magazine;   Mayer Environmental Ltd;   Modern Waste Ltd;   Motorpoint;   Mott MacDonald Ltd;   MPI Multi Purpose Industries;   Multi Purpose Industries (MPI) ;   MVW Lechtenberg & Partner;   NV Afvalzorg NL;   Ovam;   Peninsula Environmental Solutions;   Peter Jones Associates;   Powerscreen Midlands;   Prolec Ltd;   Queen Mary, University of London;   Radaan Consulting Engineers;   Recoup;   Regione Lombardia;   Resource Media;   Schreiber Yonley and Associates;   SITA FRANCE;   SITA UK LTD.;   SLR Consulting Limited;   SORPA bs.;   Southampton University;   Spinoff s.r.l.;   SRM Ltd;   SRS Ltd;   Steinert Elektromagnetbau GmbH;   Stena Metall AB;   Storefield Plant;   Suma SA;   Swindon Borough Council;   Tratesa;   Tarmac Ltd;   TDP;   Technical University of Munich;   TFK Associates;   The Environment Agency;   Umicore SA;   University of Cambridge;   University of Florence (Italy);   University of Kalmar;   University of Leuven;   University of Padova;   University of Portsmouth;   UV & P Ges m.b.h;   Veolia Propriete;   Vertase FLI Ltd.;   Vertigo SDC Ltd;   VHE Construction;   Vicat;   VM Group;   Wellington Green Ltd;   Wiser Environment;   WRG;   Zero Waste Systems Ltd

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