[WEBINAR] It’s Time to Rethink Mine Water Management
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It’s Time to Rethink Mine Water Management
Access to water is one of the most significant business challenges – and expenses – mine operations face today. Which is why smart, integrated mine water management has never been more critical. Without a strategic plan and a step-by-step approach, it will be increasingly challenging for mines to meet their environmental and efficiency goals.
In this new webinar, the mine water management experts at Xylem will show you how to make the transition to smarter water technology as seamless and scalable as possible. From optimising current pumping systems to ensuring greater sustainability with next-generation pipeline integrity and environmental monitoring, learn how to solve your biggest mine water challenges, control costs and operate more efficiently.
What viewers will learn:
- How to make smarter investments in water management systems
- How the right technology can unlock environmental and economic benefits
- How mines can operate at higher efficiencies with less downtime.
- How taking a holistic approach improves productivity, reliability, sustainability, and safety
Register today for this webinar - presented by Jessy Parmer & Xylem Experts
Jessy Parmar is a Business Development Manager for the Industrial Marketing team at Xylem, a leading global water technologies company unified in a common purpose to create advanced technology solutions to the world’s water challenges. Previously, Jessy worked as a Technical Sales Representative where he was responsible for the growth within the industrial sector. Throughout the years with the organisation he has spent time travelling throughout Canada working with mining end users to solve challenging pumping issues.
In recent years he has shifted his attention towards working with these end users and others throughout North America on an overall fluid management approach focused around digital solutions geared towards solving challenges such as efficiency, infrastructure reliability, health and safety, and environmental sustainability. Jessy is a graduate from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology where he obtained his Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma.