Meetings/Workshops on Applied Chemistry: Water Treatment and Reuse in Canada

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4th Water Research Conference: The Role of Water Technology Innovation in the Blue Economy
10 Sep 2017 - 13 Sep 2017 • Kitchener, Canada
Event listing ID:
909733
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Canadian Shale Water Management 2017 Conference
13 Sep 2017 - 14 Sep 2017 • Calgary, Canada
Abstract:
Welcome to the Canadian Shale Water Management 2017 Exhibition and Conference where shale operators and service companies will meet with leading water management experts and key regulators in Calgary, Alberta to explore new cost-effective water treatment, sourcing, disposal and storage solutions for the North American shale plays.
Contact:
Sean Collins;     Phone: [+12065820128];     Email: delegates@iQ-Hub.com
Topics:
The Premier Forum for Shale Water Management, Recycling and Reuse Welcome to the Canadian Shale Water Management 2017 Exhibition and Conference where shale operators and service companies will meet with leading water management experts and key regulators in Calgary, Alberta to explore new cost-effective water treatment, sourcing, disposal and storage solutions for the North American shale plays. While operators adjust to a sub-$50 oil price market, new initiatives towards more efficient and cost effective water management solutions are being explored in order to remain profitable in a lower margin business. Operators are seeking optimal performance and low-cost water management strategies in line with the latest regulations and environmental considerations in order to ensure long-term operational security for a ‘low-to-stay’ oil price market. With the challenges of keeping OPEX down to a minimum, shale operators are faced with the choice of adopting either “low-cost disposal” or “treatment for re-use” strategies to manage their produced water. While the operating costs can vary depending on the proximity of the producing wells to local water-disposal facilities, generally 60 to 80 percent of the total cost of disposal is attributed to water-hauling and transportation expenses. Where possible, operators are finding new and innovative options to recycle and reuse produced water for cost-effective and stable solutions. With developments in treatment technologies and strategic know-how, recent innovations in shale water management offer new hope for operators looking to maintain their economic margins under challenging market conditions and to better manage their wastewater. The Canadian Shale Water Management 2017 conference is set to become North America's leading exhibition and conference exclusively for shale operators and a large array of service providers to explore new opportunities in water management, water recycling and water re-use to improve operational efficiencies and maintain profitability for both pre-existing wells and new operations. The key focus for this year's conference will be “Reducing the Cost of Water Recycling and Reuse” and the objective will be to bring shale operators and service companies together with leading water management experts, including key government representatives and policy think-tanks to collaborate and examine new opportunities in water sourcing, treatment, disposal and storage solutions and to address the real challenges in water management for shale wells across North America.
Event listing ID:
911638
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Water & Waste Water Treatment — “Water Treatment & Management in Mining and Mineral Processing” Short Course
25 Sep 2017 - 26 Sep 2017 • Vancouver, Canada
Abstract:
Water is fundamental to mining and mineral industry and widely used for processing and treatment, heating, cooling, dust suppression, etc. Managing water and effluent discharge quality throughout the mine life is key to efficient mining and has a big role in mining environmental impact and footprint.

Treatment technologies often must deal with regulatory requirements, environmental sensitivity, social issues and conflicts and there are risks associated with each option. Mining companies must treat wastewater to highest standards, need to recycle and have commitment to sustainable water use.

In this course we introduce participants the basic concepts of available technologies and operations involved in treatment and managing water and waste water in mining and mineral industries.

Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction / Water Management Plan 2.0 Water and Process Solution Treatment in Mining & Mineral Industry 3.0 Treatment Technologies (Precipitation, Membrane, Biological, IX, Sorbent, Electrochemical, TSS Removal and pH Adjustment) 4.0 Treatment for Reuse (Grinding, Flotation, Reagent Makeup, Heap Leach Makeup, Cyanide Recovery, Boilers & Cooling Towers) 5.0 Treatment for Discharge (Sulphate, Heavy Metals, Se, Cyanide, TSS, pH, Biotoxicity) 6.0 Water Issues for Specific Industries (& Case Studies) 7.0 Post-Closure Mine Water Treatment 8.0 Risk Assessment & Decision Making 9.0 Challenges and Future Opportunities & Trends
Event listing ID:
885410
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Water & Waste Water Treatment — “Water Treatment & Management in Mining and Mineral Processing” Short Course
22 Oct 2017 - 23 Oct 2017 • Toronto, Canada
Abstract:
Water is fundamental to mining and mineral industry and widely used for processing and treatment, heating, cooling, dust suppression, etc. Managing water and effluent discharge quality throughout the mine life is key to efficient mining and has a big role in mining environmental impact and footprint.
Contact:
Phone: [6047827501];     Email: info@oreventure.com
Topics:
1.0 Introduction / Water Management Plan 2.0 Water and Process Solution Treatment in Mining & Mineral Industry 3.0 Treatment Technologies (Precipitation, Membrane, Biological, IX, Sorbent, Electrochemical, TSS Removal and pH Adjustment) 4.0 Treatment for Reuse (Grinding, Flotation, Reagent Makeup, Heap Leach Makeup, Cyanide Recovery, Boilers & Cooling Towers) 5.0 Treatment for Discharge (Sulphate, Heavy Metals, Se, Cyanide, TSS, pH, Biotoxicity) 6.0 Water Issues for Specific Industries (& Case Studies) 7.0 Post-Closure Mine Water Treatment 8.0 Risk Assessment & Decision Making 9.0 Challenges and Future Opportunities & Trends
Event listing ID:
885420

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