Risks and Hazard Management in Former Mining Districts
1 June 2009, News release from Brownfield Briefing
Risks and Hazard Management in Former Mining Districts, 10th June, Newcastle
The UK's extensive mining history has left thousands of abandoned mines in its wake, which can present serious risks to groundwater, gases and air pollution, as well as stability issues. Operational mines also have their own challenges, if we are to avoid future environmental hazards.
This event, organised by Brownfield Briefing in association with Newcastle University, will examine issues relating to environmental legislation, gases and air pollution, subsidence and stability, minewater and water pollution, and waste from mines.
Why should you attend?
Register now: www.brownfieldbriefing.com/Mining+09/home
For further information please email Brownfield Briefing