Enthusiastic people from participating organizations gathered to discuss about the future outcomes of the Closurematic project to Tahko ski resort in Northern Savo region Finland. This three-year project will improve mine closure through digitalization. The project will create a system with templates and guidance for drafting mine closure plans for all phases of the mining operation, context sensitive technical support for closure issues, features for accumulation and management of data, and tools for monitoring and managing the closure process.
During the kickoff project members discussed about the working methods to achieve the promised outcome and worked in smaller groups, focusing to specific work packages and their content.
The project is coordinated by the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK). The other partners are French Geological Survey (BRGM), DMT group (a division of TÜV Nord Group), M-Solutions Oy, and Hannukainen Mining Oy.
Project team listening to EIT’s presentation about the funders requirements. Photo: Auri Koivuhuhta, GTK