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Members of the International Mine Water Association (IMWA) share a common interest in mine water and mine drainage issues, though we arrive with different skills,backgrounds, and specialized expertise, in disciplines that range from science (e.g. chemistry, hydrogeology, microbiology, geophysics) to engineering (mostly mining and civil). Our Association has 800 members, including pragmatic consultants and mining company employees, academic researchers (faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates), and government scientists and regulators.

Our dues are low (50 € since 2013) and all dues-paying members receive our quarterly journal, Mine Water and the Environment, and discounts at all of our annual Symposia and Congresses.


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ICARD IMWA 2015


Agreeing on solutions for more sustainable mine water management

Sheraton Hotel, Santiago, Chile
April 21 – 24 2015


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IWMA's members promote an integrated approach to mine water management, combining specialist expertise in hydrology, hydraulics, hydrogeology and water quality with geotechnical, environmental and mining skills. Our extensive experience in wet, arid and cold climates enables us to provide cost-effective, practical solutions for your project, and identify methods for more efficient utilisation of water in mining and mineral processing.

(from one of our member web sites)