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German Pavilion at PDAC 2018

4 – 7 March 2018 – Toronto, Canada

Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR) - Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources

Booth number: 6115N-1

The Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources in Hanover, Germany is the geoscientific center of excellence of the federal government.

The BGR is a federal institute accountable to the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). The BGR provides advice and information to politics and German economy.

One main focus is on the whole value chain from exploration to efficient use of mineral raw materials. The German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA) is part of the BGR and serves as information and consultancy platform.

In addition to its function as a national coordinator, the BGR fulfills numerous international tasks. It performs duties in the following fields of scientific research: energy and mineral resources, groundwater, soil, final disposal of radioactive waste, geological CO2 storage, geoscientific data as well as geo-hazard assessment.

The BGR engages in international cooperation in the geosector with nearly 30 countries.

The BGR works in the following fields of scientific research: energy and mineral resources, groundwater, soil, final disposal of radioactive waste, geological CO2 storage, geoscientific data as well as geo-hazard assessment.

Main products, with regard to mineral raw materials are:

  •  BGR Raw Materials Report
  •  BGR Energy Study
  •  DERA Raw Materials (Criticality) List
  •  DERA Industry Workshops
  •  DERA Investment and Procurement Guides
  •  Detailed raw materials supply/demand risk analysis
  •  Specific advice for the German industry

Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR) - Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources
Dienstbereich Berlin - Wilhelmstr. 25–30
13593 Berlin
Germany

Phone: +49 30 36993 226
E-mail: dera@bgr.de
Internet: www.bgr.de

 

Umwelt- und Ingenieurtechnik GmbH Dresden

Booth number: 6115N-2

Umwelt- und Ingenieurtechnik GmbH Dresden (UIT), Germany, is specialized in Mineral Resources, Environmental Monitoring and Water Technology, focusing on in-situ recovery (ISR) of technology metals. Main activities include consulting, full-scale engineering, manufacture and practical implementation of technical systems, and turn-key plant construction in the above business areas. UIT operates two technical centers for lab and pilot scale testing: water technology and hydrometallurgy. Complementarily, UIT develops and actively applies dedicated software tools for computer simulations in (3D) hydrology, geochemistry/reactive-transport, chemical processing, etc. – mainly regarding mining and environmental/remediation applications. Most important, UIT is actively involved in industrial in-situ mining operations covering exploration (e.g. borehole logging) and prospect development, planning (hydrology/leaching chemistry), engineering (recovery and processing), post-mining remediation, and management.

UIT offers consulting, full-scale engineering, manufacture and practical implementation of technical facilities/systems, and turn-key plant construction in the following business areas:
• Mineral Resources (exploration and extractive metallurgy/mineral processing, particularly experienced in in-situ recovery of technology metals)
• Environmental Monitoring (including active mining and remediation applications),
• Water Technology (mining/industrial water treatment, in-situ technologies).
UIT operates two technical centers for lab and pilot scale testing: water technology and hydrometallurgy.
Complementarily, UIT develops and actively applies dedicated software tools for computer simulations in (3D) hydrology, geochemistry/reactive-transport, chemical processing, etc. – mainly regarding mining and environmental/remediation applications. UIT is actively involved in industrial in-situ mining operations covering exploration and prospect development, planning, engineering, post-mining remediation, and management.

Umwelt- und Ingenieurtechnik GmbH Dresden
Zum Windkanal 21
01109 Dresden
Germany

Phone: +49 351 8864609
E-mail: info@uit-gmbh.de
Internet: www.uit-gmbh.de

 

 

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