The Mediterranean basin has never had a common point of contact for mining operators that have interests and operate in this area. This symposium has the ambitious target of creating this central point of contact. The mining potential of the Mediterranean basin, from Spain to Israel, has been inhibited by the same factors that have prevented the creation of this central point of contact. The symposium is aiming to put in contact all those subjects that have interests, who operate or are willing to operate in the area. In doing so, creating a network and opportunities in the legacy of the Iglesiente area (Italy), a mining area that was active s th for millennia until the 90 of the 20 century.
The symposium is open to all contributions from the legal aspects of the mining activity, to exploration, mining and rehabilitation ending in the commercial aspects related to the final selling process. In order to achieve the Committees goal of attracting the maximum participants; the Symposium themes deliberately encompass a broad range of topics.
UNITO will represents SMART GROUND, discussing about CHARACTERIZATION OF EXTRACTIVE WASTE FACILITIES FOR SRM RECOVERY FROM MINING SITES: CASE STUDIES FROM THE SMART GROUND PROJECT