Notice】Non will appear as a guest speaker at the symposium "Thinking about the New Environmental Era from the Kitakamigawa River: Towards a Bright Future in the Era of SDGs and Carbon Neutrality" on September 13 (Tue).
The "New Neutralization Treatment Plant of the Former Matsuo Mine" located in Hachimantai City, Iwate Prefecture, has been operated and managed by JOGMEC on behalf of Iwate Prefecture, and has been in accident-free operation since 1982.
To commemorate this event, a symposium titled "Thinking about the New Environmental Era from the Kitakami River: Leading to a Bright Future in the Era of SDGs and Carbon Neutrality" will be held on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at the Odajimagumi Hall in Aiina, Iwate Prefecture's Information Exchange Center and online. Nun will appear as a guest speaker at this symposium.
Those who wish to attend this symposium are required to pre-register, and we kindly ask you to register on the special website. The symposium will also be streamed online, but we ask that you pre-register for the online streaming as well. There is no registration fee for this symposium.
Pre-registration is available here.
Outline of the "Symposium Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the New Neutralization Treatment Plant at the Former Matsuo Mine
Outline of the event
Date, time and venue
Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 13:00 - 16:00
Venue: Odajima-gumi Hooru, Iwate Prefecture Citizens Information Exchange Center (Aiina)
Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation
3. Supported by
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Tohoku Regional Development Bureau, Iwate Prefecture, Hachimantai City, Japan Mining Industry Association
Japan Society of Mining Science and Technology, Japan Society of Mineral Resources, Japan Society of Water Environment
Thinking about the New Environmental Era from the Kitakami River
～Toward SDGs and Carbon Neutrality for a Brighter Future
Special WEB site for "Thinking about the New Environmental Era from the Kitakami River