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Dr. Lisa Kirk and Katharine Seipel discussed the benefits of Cemented Paste Tailings at the Joint Engineers Conference in Helena

Dr. Lisa Kirk and Katharine Seipel discussed the benefits of Cemented-Paste Tailings at the Joint Engineers Conference (JEC) in Helena yesterday.  This conference integrates many related engineering disciplines and Dr. Kirk and Mrs. Seipel were there to demonstrate the innovative and increasingly important use of surface placement of Cemented-Paste Tailings.  This proactive strategy achieves high safety and management standards and culminates in an industry-led approach to responsible resource development.  See Enviromin’s white paper on the Read more…

By Stephanie Bonucci, ago
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Dr. Lisa Kirk to Present at the Selenium Summit in the Netherlands

On September 25th, Dr. Lisa Kirk will open the Technical Session at the Selenium Summit 2018 in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, with an invited presentation on the Biogeochemistry of Selenium and Nitrate in Mine Waste Management and Treatment of Mine Affected Water in Elk Valley, British Columbia.  This EPRI-sponsored summit is a forum for international collaboration in industrial water treatment applications.  The event will bring together expert scientists and engineers to discuss current challenges to the Read more…

By Stephanie Bonucci, ago
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SME 2019- Abstract Submission deadline!

Enviromin’s Dr. Lisa Kirk and Katharine Seipel are chairing an Environmental Session at the 2019 SME conference in Denver. Surface placement of cemented-paste tailings- Promising technology or pie-in-the-sky? Effective tailings management requires consideration of operational design constraints, environmental protection, regulatory requirements, short- and long-term economics, and social expectations, as well as closure and remediation options. Placement of paste, and more recently cemented-paste, tailings in surface facilities has been proposed as an innovative technique for tailings Read more…

By Katie Seipel, ago
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Fond Farewell to Kylie Bodle

Enviromin is sad to announce that Kylie Bodle has left our team to pursue a PhD in environmental engineering at UC Davis. Kylie will be studying black soldier fly larvae growth on sewage sludge as a potential method of treatment in developing areas.We wish her all the best in her academic pursuits! Stay tuned for more staffing updates!

By Katie Seipel, ago
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Mine Design, Operations and Closure Conference 2018

Enviromin is excited to participate in the 2018 Mine Design, Operations and Closure Conference at Fairmont Hot Springs next week! Drs Kirk and D’Imperio are presenting as part of the afternoon (classroom) portion of Monday’s field trip and will be discussing the microbiology of the Berkley Pit.  Paul Williams, who recently joined Enviromin’s team, will give a presentation about the importance of dewatering predictions during mine design and permitting on Wednesday afternoon. Finally, on Thursday Read more…

By Katie Seipel, ago
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This team of MSU Bobcats is excited to welcome our first MT Tech Digger!

We are pleased to welcome the newest addition to our Enviromin team, Terry Biere. Ms. Biere is an Environmental Engineer with an MS from Montana Tech, where she studied water treatment options for mine closure at Barrick’s Golden Sunlight Mine. Terry is the first Montana Tech Digger to join Enviromin!! Ms. Biere completed both field pilot studies and geochemical modeling work during her master’s research evaluating agronomic application of mine-affected water. She was also a Read more…

By Katie Seipel, ago
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Enviromin is Hiring

Enviromin is looking for a Senior Scientist or Engineer with experience in the mining sector to join the management team and play a strong role in business development. If you are interested, please visit our LinkedIn job posting or contact us at info@enviromininc.com https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/504793071/  

By Katie Seipel, ago
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We are an APHIS permitted facility!

We are please to announce that during the summer of 2017, our laboratory was permitted by the US Department of Agriculture APHIS program to receive domestic and internationally sourced biological, soil, and subsurface samples. This permit allows us to legally import samples from foreign mine sites, which greatly improves the services we can provide to our international clients.

By Kylie Bodle, ago
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Come visit us at our open house!

Enviromin will be hosting an open house on Thursday, June 1st, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm. We have expanded our services with our new office and lab space and would love to show you around. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be provided, and we will have live music! Let us know if you can make it at 406-581-8261. Our new address is 524 Professional Drive, Bozeman, MT, 59718. We hope to see you there!

By Kylie Bodle, ago