• December 3, 2018 - December 7, 2018
  • Spokane, WA

2018 AEMA

When: December 3, 2018 - December 7, 2018
Where: Spokane, WA

From the planning and development of new mines and expansions to operations and through to closure, we see what you see: the need for exceptional planning and execution, with the strength and flexibility to handle the unexpected.

In a tough economic and industry cycle, you need a business advisor who can help you manager your asset portfolio while minimizing your operational costs. As a top-rated environmental partner in the industry, Arcadis consistently delivers results, with an unsurpassed track record of health and safety performance that helps to keep you on track.

Our core services are targeted for your specific needs and position as part of your mine's lifecycle.

Stop by the Arcadis booth, #410 at the 2018 AEMA conference to learn more about Arcadis Mining Services, as well as get hands on with some of our latest technology. Scroll down below to download copies of our latest service information.



Arcadis expert Jesse Toepfer will be leading a short course about the major factors that should be considered when making water treatment decisions. Click here to register.

Title: Water Stewardship – A Holistic Approach

Time and Date: Tuesday, 12/4/2018, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM | Cost: $300

Instructor: Jesse R. Toepfer, PE, PMP, RSP Client Services Manager, Arcadis U.S., Inc., Littleton, CO,

Summary: This course is designed to highlight the benefits that can be realized in implementing safe, responsible, and cost-effective water treatment technologies by first addressing the bigger picture water management practices associated with mining activities. This course will cover the major factors that should be considered when making water treatment decisions, including: the importance of developing conceptual site models, performing hydrogeological and geochemical investigations, communicating with regulatory agencies, engaging with community members, and understanding the applicable regulatory requirements. This course will also discuss the roles and responsibilities that key stakeholders typically play during water stewardship strategy development and implementation.



8:00 - 11:30 AM |Uranium Passive treatment Using Biochemical Reactors to Support Mine reclamation | Presenter: Mike Hay, Principal Scientist


8:00 - 11:30 AM | Sustainability in Mining: Where Are We and Where Do We Want To Be? |  Session Chairs: Daniel Bonner & Patrick Keller

8:00 - 11:30 AM | Biochemistry Best Practices to Achieve Sustainable Long-Term Reclamation of Uranium Mines | Presenter: Mike Hay, Senior Scientist

8:00 - 11:30 AM | Optimizing Beneficial Reuse of Closed Mined Lands | Presenter: Patrick Keller, Principal Engineer



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Questions about this event

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