Lafarge Holcim Spain in collaboration with the Brinzal Association, hosted at the premises of La Chanta (a restored former mining explotation), the annual meeting of the Mine and Quarry Restoration Network.
The Mine and Quarry Restoration Network was born as an initiative of the LIFE TECMINE project, to create a forum for the exchange of knowledge and information, in which companies, business associations, public administrations, NGOs, universities, research centers and other relevant agents in ecological restoration area, contact, share experiences and seek solutions for mining environments restoration.
At the annual meeting, held on November 28, three different mining restoration projects were presented, including the LIFE RIBERMINE project, which was presented to the meeting participants by Javier de la Villa, Head of the Mine Service of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and coordinator of the LIFE RIBERMINE project. The meeting was attended by 40 people in person, as well as 8 participants by telematics.
The LIFE RIBERMINE project actively participates in the Network, in order to transmit the experience gained and the results obtained in the development of the project.

Javier de la Villa presenting the LIFE RIBERMINE project at the annual meeting of the Mine and Quarry Restoration Network