CEEC CEO Alison Keogh and Directors Simon Hille and Bryan Rairdan present the 2020 CEEC Medal winners their Medals for outstanding work.
Winners receiving their Medals are Peter Lind (Newmont), Kevin Murray (formerly Newmont), and Alan Boylston and Isaias Arce of Metso-Outotec. They share the key messages from their winning paper, titled “Reducing Energy and Water Consumption through Alternative Comminution Circuits”.
CEEC Director Simon Hille (Eldorado Gold) explains what the CEEC Medal aims to achieve, and CEEC Director Bryan Rairdan (Teck Resources) and Mark Adams brings their views on why the winning work is important for industry. The winning authors share their thoughts on the winning paper, which is a successful miner/vendor collaboration on how to design comminution circuit options for low energy and water. It brings together important solutions - including energy-efficient comminution, ancillary equipment, preconcentration and flotation - and presents compelling economic comparisons.
The practical, systematic technology approach, which incorporates financial analysis, has the potential to accelerate industry’s progress to deliver lower footprint minerals. It brings technologies together to show that you can save energy, save water and save money as well.