South American Network for Acid Prevention (SANAP)
SANAP was created in 2008 in Brazil by a group of professionals and academics interested in the problems of acid rock drainage and in identifying solutions to prevent its impact.
Active primarily in Brazil, the main objectives are to develop training activities, information exchange amongst professionals, and support research in the prediction, prevention and control of acid rock drainage in the context of South America. SANAP is currently in a development phase and national chapters are being established, further strengthening the South American network within the already formed national networks in countries concerned.
SANAP is a member of the Global Alliance which brings together varying networks that have developed around the issue of acid rock drainage.
Powering professional development for sustainable mining
Gecamin is a Chilean company with 17 years of experience organizing technical and international conferences for the mining industry. Our conferences aim to inform and inspire professionals from all over the world, fostering the exchange of best practices and innovative experiences.
Over 20,000 professionals have attended our events and have been trained in areas fundamental to the mining industry. These areas include Geology and Mining, Mineral Processing, Hydrometallurgy, Sustainability and Environment, Water and Energy, Maintenance and Automation, and Human Capital.
Gecamin seeks to contribute to the sustainable development of the mining industry by openly addressing its most pressing concerns and by offering a platform for knowledge exchange that aims at identifying the most sustainable solutions.
In 2014, Gecamin organized 11 conferences and 12 courses, with a total of 922 technical presentations, gathering 2,947 delegates from 54 countries. Additionally, a total of 734 delegates from mining sites attended, and a book with the proceedings was published for each conference.
Learn more about Gecamin conferences by visiting www.gecamin.com