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:: Last Chance for CEEC Medal Applications – Nominate Outstanding Published Energy-Efficient Approaches Now
Applications for the prestigious 2019 CEEC Medal are closing soon. Please submit your application by 15 March.
The CEEC Medal celebrates the most outstanding published paper, article or case study that demonstrates more energy-efficient comminution through improved practices or innovative technologies. Medals can be awarded to authors in two categories:
CEEC CEO Alison Keogh said CEEC welcomed a wide range of applications that demonstrated improvement or innovation advances that drive energy efficient comminution and mineral processing.
“CEEC is proud to share leading advances and successful operational approaches to help global mining companies find the best solutions for their operations. Smart crushing, grinding and complementary technologies can improve costs, reduce footprint, reduce energy intensity and enhance productivity,” she said.
CEEC Medal Evaluation Committee Chair Dr Zeljka Pokrajcic said the CEEC Medal was intended to bring attention to ‘best-in-class’ research or documentation in the field of energy-efficient comminution.
“The area of comminution (crushing and grinding ore) provides significant opportunities for improved profit and energy efficiency gains in the mining industry,” she said.
Key evaluation criteria
Submissions must be of a standard suitable for technical review, and must have been written and/or presented within the past 18 months
You can nominate your own work or the work of others. To apply, click hereto send through the following application details before 15 March 2019.
Further information is available here.
If you have any questions about the applying for the 2019 CEEC Medal, please visit the CEEC website here: CEEC
The CEEC Medal has been awarded since 2012, and celebrates outstanding research or operational improvements from around the world. Past CEEC Medal winners have shared how they’ve applied site improvements or developed exciting new technologies. This includes grinding efficiency approaches in different settings, mine-to-mill gains, innovations in comminution approaches, blasting impacts, testing advances, transfer of technologies from one commodity into a different commodity, and smart changes to circuits.
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