June 27 - 29, 2017
Golden, Colorado USA
A Short Course and Workshop with Emphasis on Plant Practice
COURSE AGENDA

Check-in is required for all participants on the first day of attendance. A continental breakfast is available before class on each day.

Tuesday • June 27
7:45Check-in and late registrationRegistration Desk
8:30Twenty-Five Years of Recycling at Stillwater Mining's SmelterKendra Meier and Matt StevensRecycling and Metallurgical Process Coordinators, Stillwater Mining, Columbus, MT
9:00Recycling SilverRoger NeuschelerDirector of Engineering, Silver Anvil Engineering, Lone Tree, Colorado
9:30Break
9:45Environmental Compliance: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You!David WaggerChief Scientist/Director of Environmental Management, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Washington, DC
10:15Think Your Waste Stream is Hard to Recycle? Think AgainDarci Ray-AckermanVP and Director of Growth and New Ventures, The Heritage Group, Indianapolis, IN
10:45Break
11:00Maximizing Recovery: Secondary Impacting and Material ShapingPeter SchirkRecycling Division Sales Manager, BHS-Sonthofen, Charlotte, NC
11:30Networking Time
12:00Lunch
1:00Three Decades of Hydrometallurgical Recycling of Non-ferrous Materials at HydrometalFaïdjiba Loe-MieSales and Technical Engineer, Jean Goldschmidt International, Brussels, Belgium
1:30Application of Hydrometallurgy for Extraction of Lead from Galena OreTim HymerManager of Research and Technical Development, The Doe Run Company, St. Louis, MO
2:00Break
2:15The Invisible Threat: Fatigue Risk ManagementMitch CowartSafety Services Account Manager, Caterpillar, Albuquerque, NM
3:15Break
3:30Keep Your Plant from Failing Due to Poor Pilot DesignDavid SanguinettiPresident, Sanguinetti Engineering, Vancouver, BC
4:00Social at Colorado School of Mines Coolbaugh Hall Atrium
Wednesday • June 28
8:30Aurubis Multi-Metal Recycling: An Update Trevor LandryManager, Recycling and Precious Metals, Aurubis AG, Buffalo, NY
9:00Precious Metals: Global Challenges, Consequences, and ProspectsMike MooimanPresident, Argo Advisors International, North Attleboro, MA
9:30Break
9:45Transformation: Entrepreneur to Project ManagementTom DeliaRecycling Specialist, Gratiam Inc., Hudson, NY
10:15Synergy: The Cement and Aluminum IndustriesDave GossmanChief Investigator, Gossman Forensics, Maquoketa, IA
10:45Break
11:00The Critical Aspect of Capital Cost Estimation and Project Execution FailuresCorby AndersonHarrison Western Professor, Kroll Institute for Extractive Metallurgy, Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO
11:30Networking Time
12:00Lunch
1:0025-Year Metal Recycling Workshop: Retrospective, and the Next 25Phil MackeyPresident, P.J. Mackey Technology, Montreal, QC
Joe FerronPresident, HydroProc Consultants, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
1:30Emergency Response to Release of Hazardous SubstancesBill KrulacPresident, Complete Waste Management, Pittsburgh, PA
2:00Break
2:15Co-Product Development in the Processing of Titanium OresTom BattleConsulting Metallurgical Engineer, Tom Battle and Associates, Charlotte, NC
2:45Indium Recovery from Waste LCD ScreensTom BoundyResearch Assistant, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO
3:15Break
3:30Tungsten and Molybdenum Powders / Specialty ProductsTony SmithR&D Manager, Global Tungsten and Powders, Towanda, PA
4:00Social at Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum
Thursday • June 29
8:30Metals from Water Treatment and Ion ExchangeJerry DowneyProfessor, Montana Tech, Butte, MT
9:00Silver, Zinc, Fertilizers, and Related Technologies and ProductsJohn W. WhitneyPresident, Itronics, Inc., Reno, NV
9:30Break
9:45Spent Refinery Catalyst ProcessingDave LewisDirector of Technical Services, AMG Vanadium, Cambridge, OH
10:15Secondary Materials at Teck Trail OperationsTammy SalwaySenior Engineer – Raw Materials, Teck Resources, Trail, BC
10:45What a New CSM MetE Graduate DoesJoe GroganDirector R&D, Gopher Resource, Eagan, MN
11:15Adjourn