EPA to host National Conference on Mining-Influenced Waters

By |  July 18, 2014

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is sponsoring the 2014 National Conference on Mining-Influenced Waters: Approaches for Characterization, Source Control and Treatment from August 12-14 in Albuquerque, N.M.

The conference will be a forum for which attendees can discuss scientific matters regarding mining-influenced waters. Session topics include characterization, source control/mine closure approaches, water treatment, beneficial use, and the prediction and modeling of mine water.

The EPA is also hosting a post-conference field trip on August 14 to the Nacimiento Copper Mine in the Santa Fe National Forest in New Mexico.

Registration for the conference, along with the post-conference field trip, is free and online registration is open. Click here for more details on the event and click here to register for the event.

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