- VŠB - Technical University of Ostrava
- 17. listopadu str.
- Time of the event
- May 31, 2018 - June 2, 2018
Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing
22nd Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing
EAMP Conference is open to scholars, researchers, experts from the industry, state administrators and partner organisations that are active in mining, processing of mineral resources, and waste disposal or reuse in relation to environmental protection. The conference represents a platform for the exchange of practical experience on new technology, international projects, and research and development. This way, time is devoted to discussions on the topical issues that the stakeholders in the fields of mining, mineral processing and waste reuse face worldwide.
- Critical raw materials
- Circular Economy in Mineral processing
- Lonadfill mining
- Smart materials: metals, waste, carbon
- Mineral processing
- Biotechnology in environment
The international conference and workshop „Wastes: Critical Raw Material Resources“ will be held at the university (New Aula, NA2).
The official languages of the conference are English, Czech and Slovak. Simultaneous translation is secured.
The conference is organized by:
- VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava
- Faculty of Mining and Geology
- Institute of Environmental Engineering,
- Institute of Clean Technologies for Extraction and Utilization of Energy Resources and
- The Expert Group Environmental branch of “Mining Society of Moravia and Silesia HGF VŠB-TU Ostrava”
More information https://www.hgf.vsb.cz/EAMP/en
- Silesian-Ostrava Castle
- Hradní st.
- Time of the event
- June 1, 2018
Find the Source
As in previous years, Ostrava’s water management company OVAK is celebrating World Water Day with its fun educational project “Find the Source”, targeted at children in grades 4 and 5 of the city’s primary schools.
About the project:
The first part of the project – organized to mark World Water Day (22 March) – focuses on theoretical knowledge. Each registered class group will receive six competition tasks connected with the topic “water”. Each task will then be graded on a scale from 0–10 points, and participants can also win an extra 25 bonus points!
After the theoretical part, class groups which have successfully completed 6 tasks will be given instructions on the second part of the project.
The second part takes place on 1 June 2018 at the Silesian Ostrava castle. It comprises a programme of fun events including the presentation of the awards for the entire project. Teams with five members each will represent each class group, competing in various outdoor tasks and challenges; the remaining children will be able to enjoy a special accompanying programme full of fun activities.
The top three class groups will win a one-day sightseeing trip to some of the most beautiful places in the Moravian-Silesian Region, plus other prizes.
- Černá Louka (Black Meadow) Exhibition Centre
- Černá louka 3235
- Time of the event
- September 21, 2018 - September 23, 2018
The 15th exhibition for gardeners, beekeepers and more.
This year’s Garden Life is being held for the fifteenth time. The outdoor areas and entrance hall will feature a range of garden-related exhibits, including flowers, plants, bulbs, herbs, shrubs, tools, garden furniture, honey and mead, other beekeeping products and equipment, and much more.
Exhibition hall NA1 will be occupied by the Czech Union of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners and the Czech Association of Beekeepers. Gardeners from the Moravian-Silesian Region will showcase their latest fruit, vegetables, plants, flowers, shrubs, succulents, cacti, bonsais and more. The beekeepers will offer tastings of honey and mead (all available for sale), honey-based cosmetics, and beekeeping equipment. There will also be beautiful arrangements of fresh and dried flowers, garden pottery, tastings of fruit and vegetables, and an accompanying programme on the podium.
For primary school pupils they preparing an international children’s competition in gardening skills – in conjunction with Ostrava’s Secondary Horticultural School – plus various other quizzes and competitions, demonstrations of beehives, and new projects for schools. There will also be a range of attractions for all ages – including competitions, information points, tastings, seminars and discussions. Additionally, the event will feature a special honey-based café and a competition for the best honey gingerbread of the year.
The exhibition will take place concurrently with another event – HEALTH AND SOUL – which annually features over 100 exhibitors from the fields of ecology, alternative medicine, health foods and Feng Shui. A new event this year will be BIO BEAUTY, which fits perfectly with the HEALTH AND SOUL exhibition – showcasing organic cosmetics, natural oils and essences, raw products, health foods, and much more.
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit three exhibitions for the price of just one ticket!
For more information see http://cerna-louka.cz/cs/zivot-na-zahrade-1