MHEA begins its paper chase!
Materials Handling Engineers Association issues Call for Papers for next year’s Bulk Handling Conference
While no areas relating to bulk handling are off limits, submissions on technical innovations or process improvements, particularly those relating to heavy industries such as minerals processing and cement, metal manufacture, power, port operations, mining, waste processing and recycling, will be given preference at Bulk2014. Initial submissions, in the form of a synopsis, should be sent to Christine Joyce at [email protected] by 31 January 2014 (this has now been extended to 15 February).
Topics covered at the conference will be determined by the contributions received but are likely to include: Biomass handling/storage; Developments in materials handling; Drives and transmissions; Loading, unloading, storage and reclaim; Crushing, screening and washing; Control of impact, abrasion and erosion; Spillage and dust control; Storage and reclaim; Waste and recycling; Control, metering and management systems; Energy efficiency; Operation and maintenance; and Regulatory compliance and health and safety matters.
The event itself will be held at the Forest Pines Conference Centre in North Lincolnshire from 21–22 May. It will also include keynote and plenary presentations, a related exhibition, as well as a gala dinner and after-dinner speaker entertainment.