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Title: TOWARDS CLEAN MINING TECHNOLOGY THROUGH TECHNICAL SCIENTIFIC INNOVATION


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TOWARDS CLEAN MINING TECHNOLOGY THROUGH
TECHNICAL SCIENTIFIC INNOVATION
  • Nicolae Ilias , Romania

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GEOTHERMAL ENERGY
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The mining sector can be recognised as a driving
force maximising the development of other
economic sectors and productive activities
(clusters), with a view to improving the
productivity and stability of the sector and
consolidating a competitive network generating
economic and social benefits for all of the
stakeholders. Some key points in this process
are achieving greater coordination of public
services, greater transparency in the demand and
supply chain, good promotion of new business
opportunities, generating a close collaborative
relationship among universities, technological
centres, companies and mining suppliers, as well
as promoting partnerships and enhancing
multisectoral relationships. Progress in these
areas requires a medium- and long-term process
which will make it possible to generate buy-in,
and thus, for instance, achieve greater
participation and collaboration of the productive
mining sector in initiatives developed by local
governments, and promote mining policy strategies
for the strengthening and development of local
suppliers, such as improving access to funding
for small and medium-sized enterprises.
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  • Taking account the combination of the
    enhancement of local innovation capacity and the
    strengthening of mining-related activities.
  • main policy recommendations
  • Achieving greater coordination and integration
    between national innovation systems and sectoral
    policies.
  • Generating policies to increase RD investment
    levels, especially the contribution from the
    productive sector.
  • The creation of a sectoral fund for mining or a
    programme in key areas of the mining sector
    complementary to competitive State funds can
    also be an instrument to be implemented in some
    countries.
  • RD spending on mining should be more focused
    on applied research, without neglecting basic
    science, enabling the creation of technological
    products with an appealing economic value to make
    them saleable even on the most demanding markets.

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TECHNICAL SCIENTIFIC INNOVATION Towards
Sustainable Mineral Resources Extraction,
Beneficiation And Use
Iosif Andras , Romania
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European Thematic Network NESMI the
Network on European Sustainable Minerals
Industries. Approaching sustainability in
providing Europe with the mineral resources it
needs and sustainable waste management and
minimisation are very important for the whole
European economy. RTD ability and experience are
normally held within a small group of experts.
This has proved inadequate the present state of
research activity has to be improved in terms of
higher effectiveness and synergy. Networking can
improve understanding of the problems and
establish ways for improved problem solving.
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The main problems with current research
activities are ? Parallel development of
techniques, processes and products is common due
to similar problems in different mining areas. ?
Small and medium-size companies often do not have
access to relevant research programmes. ? Build
up of knowledge is too slow. ? Research transfer
into production is too slow. ? Effective
involvement of support and customer sectors is
not taking place. ? Concentration of effort on
the most significant topics is not achieved. ?
The dissemination of results is inefficient. ?
Research efforts do not include ecological
aspects.
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Improvingis the situation is possible through
establishing and developping European networking
for the European mining and minerals processing
industry taking into account the different mining
regions and the different mining branches. The
network had to have the participation of
producers, suppliers, research organisations,
universities and associations. Objectives ? To
increase knowledge on RTD ? To communicate RTD
results ? To initiate common projects ? To
initiate benchmarking for aims, quality and
transfer of research activities ? To optimise
transfer of technologies ? To increase mining and
processing education ? To increase quality in
eco-efficient production and in resource
management
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