On September 18, 2019, a workshop on the RIS-RECOVER Innovative Approaches to the Use of Secondary Raw Materials in the Circular Economy – Towards Zero Waste in the Metallurgy, Mining and Construction Sector will be held.
The Civil Engineering Institute Macedonia has been selected by the Public Enterprise for State Roads to supervise the construction of the first 2 km of the Skopje-Blace highway. Construction work could start by the end of 2019. The construction deadline is 18 months.
We would like to inform you about a call for an external participant in the KAVA5 project RIS-CuRE: Zero waste recovery of copper tailings in the ESEE region in RIS (Regional Innovation Scheme) category, coordinated by ZAG (Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute).
We would like to inform you about a call for an external participant in the KAVA5 project RIS-RECOVER: Regional innovation scheme for zero waste extraction of critical raw materials) category, coordinated by ZAG (Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute).
Take a look at the video of the corporate picnic on the occasion of the birthday of the CEIM under the motto “WE ARE A FAMILY FOREVER”. Being a part of a family and being a family forever, involves nurturing respect, understanding, support, culture, familiarity and sincerity, care for the company, collegiality, as the most important values that move along the path to achieving a common goal.
Visit to Slatino dam by the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy
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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.