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The project aims at establishing a network of Cu value chain stakeholders in the ESEE region in order to promote an innovative service for the zero waste extraction of metals (Cu, Ag, As, Au, and REE) from Cu mining wastes, generated during past mining activities. This will contribute towards increased competitiveness in the region, and serve as a source of metals for EU. Two tailings will be addressed, utilizing optimal extraction technology.
Mining tailings and metallurgical heaps can pose a substantial risk to the environment, due to their large quantity and composition, while on the other hand represents valuable sources of secondary raw materials, including critical raw materials.
The realization of the project RIS-CuRE, funded by the EIT-Regional Institute for Innovation and Technology, which is part of the prestigious European fund Horizon 2020 has started at the beginning of 2019 (01/01/2019 – 31/12/2021) and gathers 14 partner organizations from 8 countries. GIM, together with UGD and GeoZS carried out sampling campaign in Buchim Cu mine tailing with drilling and are preparing samples for further processing.
It is a great pleasure for us to share our pride and to communicate the achievements of each of our employees. A successful and happy employee means a successful company. Investing in yourself, in a healthy body and a healthy spirit is especially important in the productivity and motivation of every person.
This weekend was organized a corporate picnic, where the entire CEIM family, with its closest friends and family, celebrated 44 birthday of CEIM!
CEIM and IECE participated in the Career Fair, organized by FON University. At the event, we a direct meeting with students, institutions involved in the event and other stakeholders.
Scientific – speleological action organized by the Geotechnics department from the Civil Engineering Institute and the Center for Isotope Tests in the Climatology and Environment of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, was held on March 20, 2019, with the support of Zlatvolv Speleological Club from Prilep.
On 19.03 this year in the premises of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Skopje, a workshop was organized on the topic “Karst – Needs and Challenges”.
GIM signed an agreement for project monitoring – Irrigation of South Vardar Valley, Phase 2 – Valandovo irrigation system.