Our members come from all construction stakeholder groups and cover both the supply and demand side of the industry, as well as the public sector, regulators and academia. Find out more about our members. If your organisation is a CIRIA member and you would like to feature some news about your organisation, a specific project, or offer a thought piece, then please get in touch by emailing Jordon Riley at jordon.riley@ciria.org

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Designing, Developing and Managing Mine Water Infrastructure

Designing well-integrated and holistic water management infrastructure for mining operations is a complex undertaking. The overarching infrastructure needs to integrate each individual system that supplies water to the mine – including those systems that transfer water within the mine site, and those that recycle, reuse and discharge effluent into the environment.

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CIRIA members are welcome to submit articles and thought pieces to this blog. For more information send an email to jordon.riley@ciria.org. For more thoughts and blogs check out the CIRIA Network Blog.
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Using unmanned aerial vehicles for asset management
Alison Matthews, Environment Agency, discusses the use of drone technology and provides and overview of the new CIRIA guide
Grosvenor plans to hit net zero emissions
Emily Hamilton, Senior Sustainability Manager, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland explains why addressing climate change and meeting the company’s new environmental goals requires joined up thinking and actions.