Tuesday, 11 August 2020
ALTA Announces Free Technical Library for Metallurgical Industry

ALTA Announces Free Technical Library for Metallurgical Industry

ALTA announced today that the ALTA Free Library is now available to the industry. The library will initially offer the proceedings from the 1995-2009 Nickel-Cobalt conferences, which includes 350+ technical papers. The 1997-2009 Uranium proceedings will be available late March and the 1997-2009 Copper proceedings will follow in early April, bringing the total to 650+ technical papers.

The ALTA Free Library will be expanded each year, providing a major ongoing resource to the industry. ALTA will continue to offer a selection of free papers from recent conferences in the library.

The launch of this valuable resource is in celebration of 20 years of ALTA conferences.

For more information, please visit http://www.altamet.com.au/free-library/

About ALTA Conferences

Regarded as one of the world’s leading annual metallurgical events, the ALTA Conference is an annual gathering of the global Nickel, Cobalt, Copper, Uranium-Rare Earths and Gold-Precious Metals industries. The conference features highly focused programs, topical forums and panels, and presentations by key international speakers. ALTA 2015 is the 20 year anniversary of this major international event and will be held 23-30 May in Perth, Australia. For more information, please visit http://www.altamet.com.au/conferences/

About ALTA

ALTA Metallurgical Services was established by Metallurgical Consultant, Alan Taylor, in Melbourne, Australia in 1985, to serve the worldwide mining, minerals and metallurgical industries. Services including consulting, short courses, conferences and publications. For more information, please visit http://www.altamet.com.au/

For further information please contact:

Allison Taylor, allisontaylor@altamet.com.au, Tel: +61 (0)411 692 442


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