Policy Laboratory 3
The third MIN-GUIDE Policy Laboratory entitled “Innovation and supporting policies for mineral and metallurgical processing” aimed to provide an overview of and reflect upon recent innovation examples in mineral and metallurgical processing including recycling.
The workshop took place on 18-19 May 2017 in Luleå, Sweden.
Discussion of firm-level innovation processes, such as product innovation, process innovation or open innovation, will be linked to Policy in the EU Member States. Furthermore, the laboratory highlighted how learning and implications from good practice innovation cases can be transferred to promote innovation in these sectors.
The Policy Laboratory format, designed by MIN-GUIDE partners, engaged participants from policy, industry, Geological Surveys, and research in an intensive and interactive exchange. This allowed the participants to hands-on learn from good practice cases, to explore transferability in different contexts and to reflect upon future needs.
Finally, the outcome of the third Policy Laboratory contributes to further develop the Online Minerals Policy Guide.
- Opening address, Pär Weihed, Centre of Advanced Mining and Metallurgy CAMM
- MIN-GUIDE project overview and objectives of the Policy Laboratory, Andreas Endl, Institute for Managing Sustainability - Vienna University of Economics and Business
- EU Mineral Policy framework and EIT Raw Materials, Karen Hanghøj
- Main innovation challenges and drivers in mineral and metallurgical processing and link to policy framework - An industry perspective, Kent Tano, LKAB Minerals
- Results of the MIN-GUIDE stock-taking on Innovation in mineral and metallurgical processing, Jan Rosenkranz, Luleå University of Technology
- Good practice cases on innovation for mineral and metallurgical processing, Anders Sand, Luleå University of Technology - Division of Minerals and Metallurgical Engineering
- Eco-Efficiency in mining industry comminution focus (crushing contribution), Hamid-Reza Manouchehri, Sandvik Mining & Rock Technology (SMRT), Global Manager, Process Intelligence & Development
- Outotec OreMet Optimizer, Antti Remes, Outotec Minerals Processing
- A novel process for treating e-waste, Linn Andersson, Boliden Rönnskär - R&D/Environment
- NOx reduction in LKAB’s pellets production plant KK4, Dan Hallberg, LKAB - Specialist R&D
- Recycling and Handling of Processing Rejects, Anders Sand, Luleå University of Technology - Division of Minerals and Metallurgical Engineering
- Innovations in Backfill Handling, Barrie O’Connell, Wardell Armstrong
- Sensing and robotic sorting of end of life products, Sverker Sjölin, Stena Technoworld AB - Technical Specialist
- Summary of Policy Lab 3 Recycling and Handling of Processing Rejects, Anders Sand, Luleå University of Technology - Division of Minerals and Metallurgical Engineering