POST CONGRESS FIELD TOUR REGISTRATION FEES
(optional and limited to max. 22 participants) 8th International
PARTICIPANT: 350 Euro.
An optional field tour is offered immediately following the
Congress, according to the following programme:
Includes airport pick up, Congress participation and pro-
ceedings, coffees/teas and light refreshments, lunch dur-
Thursday 23rd October 2003
ing Congress, Welcoming Cocktail Reception, Official
Congress Dinner. Water
Fly to Upington, travel to Aggeneys.
Mid Congress excursion an additional 10 Euro.
Visit Wineries and underground trip to new Base Metal Mine. ACCOMPANYING PERSONS:
CCOMPANYING ERSONS: 80 Euro.
Overnight accommodation in Aggeneys. Monday excursion to Rhino & Lion Reserve including
The Wondercaves. Tuesday excursion to Montecasino. Congress
Friday 24th October 2003 Lunches included.
Travel to Springbok, visit Historic Copper Mine. POST CONGRESS F IELD TOUR: 625 Euro/person. Johannesburg, Gauteng
Travel to Lamberts Bay on West Coast for overnight stop. Arrangements include flight to Upington, Luxury coach
transportation, Hotel accommodation and meals.
Republic South Africa
Saturday 25th October 2003 Attendance is limited to a maximum of 22 participants. 20th - 25th October 2003
Advanced registration is strongly recommended.
Travel to Cape Town. Shaft Sinkers
Overnight accommodation in Cape Town.
Sunday 26th October 2003
PAYMENT - Congress fees can be paid by:
Cheques (local) payable to ‘Shaft Sinkers International’.
End of Post Congress Field Tour.
Overseas visitors intending to participate in this tour Bank Transfer - See registration form for Bank Details.
should arrange their return flight from Cape Town. Please mark the payment with payer’s name, allocated
registration number and identification: ‘Shaft Sinkers
International / IMWA’. Please also send a copy of
CONFERENCE VENUE your bank transfer receipt with your registration form.
Cash and Credit Cards will be accepted at Registration
The Protea Hotel Balalaika Sandton. Venue only. 2nd ANNOUNCEMENT
HOTEL ACCOMMODATION AND
Please see enclosed Accommodation List and Tariff. CALL FOR PAPERS
Cancellation for registration should be made in writing.
For cancellations received after 1st June 2003 there Congress Theme :
WEATHER will be an administrative charge of 10% of the total fees
for administrative services. This will increase to 20% for
MINE WATER AND
October in Johannesburg has an average temperature cancellations made after 1st August 2003. Substitute THE ENVIRONMENT
of 23°C and an average rainfall of 72 mm/month. delegates will be accepted at any time – please submit the
replacement name using the original registrant’s
confirmation letter and number.
O RGANIZED BY SCIENTIFIC C OMMITTEE PRELIMINAR Y PROGRAMME
International Mine Water Association in
Association with Shaft Sinkers (Pty) Ltd. Mr. Don Armstrong Australia Sunday 19th October 2003
Mr. Adrian Brown USA
Mr. Henk Coetzee South Africa 15.00 - 17.00 Delegate Registration
17.00 - 18.00 Opening Ceremony with Keynote Address
SPONSORS Mr. Abraham B. de Villiers South Africa 18.00 - 20.00 Welcoming Cocktail Reception
UGC International Mr. Colin R. Dudgeon Australia
Sulzer Prof. Rafael Fernandez-Rubio Spain Monday 20th October 2003
Dr. Robert L.P. Kleinmann USA
Mrs. Irene Laea South Africa 07.00 - 07.30 Delegate Registration
Mr. Tom Melbye Switzerland 07.30 - 10.00 1st Technical Session
O RGANIZING COMMITTEE Dr. Sixtus Mulenga Zambia 10.00 - 10.30 Break, coffee/tea and light refreshments
10.30 - 13.00 2nd Technical Session
Chairman : P.Nel Mr. Peet Nel South Africa 13.00 - 14.00 Lunch Break
Vice Chairman : J.Mostert Dr. Peter J. Norton UK 14.00 - 16.00 3rd Technical Session
Prof. Raghu N. Singh Australia 16.00 - 16.30 Break, coffee/tea and light refreshments
Secretary : L.Germishuys Prof. Miran Veselic Slovenia 16.30 - 18.00 4th Technical Session
Assistant Secretary : M.Nel Dr. Andrzej J. Witkowski Poland
Dr. Christian Wolkersdorfer Germany Tuesday 21st October 2003
Editor : Prof. T.S. McCarthy
Assistant Editor : Dr. R.L.P. Kleinmann 07.00 - 07.30 Delegate Registration
O FFICIAL L ANGUAGE 07.30 - 10.00 5th Technical Session
Treasurer : J.Potgieter 10.00 - 10.30 Break, coffee/tea and light refreshments
Members : Gabriel Ntsume The official language of the Congress will be English. 10.30 - 13.00 6th Technical Session
L.McEwan 13.00 - 14.00 Lunch Break
M.van Niekerk 14.00 - 16.00 7th Technical Session
Technical Secretary : L.Nel C ALL FOR PAPERS 16.00 - 16.30 Break, coffee/tea and light refreshments
16.30 - 18.30 8th Technical Session
You are encouraged to provide, by email, an abstract of
up to 300 words of your paper - in English - on technical Wednesday 22nd October 2003
subjects relevant to the Congress topics and within the
INFORMATION AND C ORRESPONDENCE Congress theme to the Congress Secretariat by Monday, 08.00 - 15.00 Mid Congress Excursion
Underground visit to Platinum Mine in Rustenburg area -
24th March 2003.
Lunch - Gold Recovery from Old Dump Reclamation Areas
Mrs M Nel - firstname.lastname@example.org Authors will be notified by Monday, 7th April 2003
Mrs M van Niekerk - email@example.com whether their paper is accepted or not, a maximum of IMWA Executive Committee Meeting
Secretariat of the 8th IMWA Congress 70 papers will be accepted for presentation at the IMWA General Assembly
P.O.Box 783501 Congress.
19.00 Official Congress Gala Dinner
Sandton The completed paper will be required by Friday, 20th
2146 June 2003. Thursday 23rd - Sunday 26th October 2003
All accepted papers will be published and distributed to Post-Congress Field Tour
Tel: Intl 27 11 445 4300 all Congress delegates. IMWA members who cannot
attend can arrange to purchase copies after the Congress.