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TECHNICAL PROGRAM / SYMPOSIA

AUGUST 22 - 25, 2004 (HAMILTON, ONTARIO, CANADA)

Greenhouse Gases in the Metallurgical Industries II - Policies, Abatement and Treatment


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Wednesday, August 25th, 2004 A.M.
Session 41 - Greenhouse Gases (Room 206)


Chairmen: C. Pickles

The greenhouse gas phenomenon remains controversial even among scientists, engineers and the public. However, with the ratification of the Kyoto Protocol by a number of countries, the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from metallurgical processes has become even more critical.

  • Greenhouse gases and the metallurgical industries
  • Greenhouse gases and the iron and steel industry
  • Greenhouse gases and ironmaking processes
  • Emission reduction techniques in iron and steel
  • Emission reduction techniques in light metals and ferroalloys
  • Emission reduction techniques in non-ferrous metals
  • Greenhouse gases and the cement, mining and related industries.

For more information, contact:

Prof. Chris Pickles
Department of Mining Engineering
Queen's University
25 Union Street
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
K7L 3N6
Tel.: (613) 533-2759
Fax: (613) 533-6597
E-mail: picklesc@post.queensu.ca


Sponsored by: Environment Committee of MetSoc, Environmental Society of CIM, Non-Ferrous Pyrometallurgy Section of MetSoc and Iron and Steel Section of MetSoc