IQ New Zealand Annual Conference 17-20 July 2018
The QuarryNZ Conference will be held in Hamilton between the 17th and 20th July 2018 at the Claudelands Events Centre, Hamilton NZ.
This years annual conference will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Institute of Quarrying New Zealand, and will be hosting the International Presidents Meeting comprising IQUK, IQ Southern Africa, IQ Australia, IQ Malaysia, IQ Hong Kong.
IQ South Africa 49th Annual Conference 19-20 April 2018
Held over two days, the conference will also be hosting an exhibition and takes place at the Elangeni Hotel in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
The Exhibiton will be open from 08:00-17:00 on Thursday 19 April and 08:00-13:00 on Friday 20 April.
Extractive Industry Geology 2018 conference
The Extractive Industry Geology (EIG) conference is one of the longest running and keenly anticipated events in the UK minerals calendar. Organised by a passionate volunteer band of professionals representing all aspects of the industry, this is one conference that anyone connected to UK minerals should not miss!
In this exclusive event, Dr Hazel Gibson with the assistance of Professor Iain Stewart (both of Plymouth University), will explore how we can improve the way that we communicate about controversial geological issues and increase the chance of a quicker, positive outcome for developments.
Set to return for 2018, Hillhead is also gearing up for a special appearance from the largest mechanical puppet ever constructed in Britain.
Join us in celebrating our 100-year anniversary at our special industry conference and dinner 19th October 2017 at The Belfry, Lichfield Road, Wishaw, Sutton Coldfield B76 9PR.
FOLLOWING the success of last year’s event, The Concrete Society announces that the third Evolving Concrete seminar will be taking place at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre on 28 September 2017.
In 2017, EPC-UK will again be hosting its biannual Best Practice Seminars offering a unique continuing professional development opportunity for the extractives industry.
The provision of minerals, generation of energy and minimisation of waste are central themes which have the potential to impact upon all forms of development. This seminar will highlight the added value linkages between these industries and wider policy objectives such as delivering sustainable development, meeting housing demands and creating economic growth.