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Christina Visser

CEO, IONIC TECHNOLOGY GROUP
Ionic Technology Group explains how it is expanding to meet increasing demands for automation and technology by miners.

James Lill

MANAGER, EASTERN CANADA, MINING PLUS
Mining Plus comments on how mechanization and automisation are increasing the productivity, sustainabity and safety of the world’s leading mines.

Steve Dunlop & Jeff Portelance

GENERAL SALES MANAGER & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, TIMBERLAND EQUIPMENT
Timberland Equipment explains how the demand for its products is evolving.

Trent Mell

PRESIDENT & CEO, FIRST COBALT CORP.
First Cobalt explains progress at its flagship Iron Creek asset in Idaho and its refinery in Northern Ontario.

Alistair Ross

PRESIDENT & CEO, ROCKCLIFF METALS CORP.
Rockcliff Metals explains how modern technology and techniques can make smaller deposits economical to mine.

Jack Cahn

PRESIDENT, DEEP CRYOGENICS INTERNATIONAL (DCI)
Deep Cryogenics International explains the benefits of its’ deep cryogenic process for extending the life of mining equipment."

Mike Campigotto

PRESIDENT, SAFESIGHT EXPLORATION
SafeSight Exploration explains how using its’ Drones, LiDAR and imaging technology can increase efficiencies and safety in the mine.

Tom Butler

FORMER CEO, INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL ON MINING AND METALS (ICMM)
"The writing is on the wall for anyone who thinks that they can get by without paying proper attention to the Global Industry Standard on Tailings."

Adam Matthews

INVESTMENT TEAM DIRECTOR, CHURCH OF ENGLAND PENSIONS BOARD, & CO-CHAIR OF THE INVESTOR MINING & TAILINGS SAFETY INITIATIVE
"The collective realization that waste has been managed as an externality was alarming, and despite the good practice that existed within some companies, this was a sector-wide systemic challenge that needs serious focus from investors."

Doug Morrison

CEO, CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR MINING INNOVATION (CEMI)
"If we consider waste management in our own households, 30 years ago everything went to landfill, but in time we have learned to re-use and recycle. The same can be said for many industrial business sectors, but the mining industry has not adopted this kind of waste diversion."

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