Mineral Processing Seminar 2022 in Leoben/Austria


The Technical Committee for Mineral Processing of the Mining Association of Austria will hold its annual and very successful two-day Mineral Processing Seminar on the topic of "Advances in the processing of primary and secondary raw materials – machines, processes, products" from 3 to 5 October 2022 at the Live Congress Leoben. In addition to exciting lectures, which will be a balanced mixture of reports from theory and practice, the participants of the conference will have the opportunity for an intensive exchange of information.

Online registrations are possible at www.bvo.at under the menu item Events Processing Technology Seminar or directly under this link.

For information contact: Bergmännischer Verband Österreichs, Franz-Josef-Straße 18, 8700 Leoben. Tel.: 03842/452790, Fax: 03842/452794, email: bvoe@unileoben.ac.at

www.bvoe.at


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