“The Philippine Mining Luncheon”
(a Luncheon Forum & Networking Event)
At the Manila Polo Club Ballroom.
For your Diary, 2017 Proposed event dates. 3rd Feb ” 6th April ” 9th June ” 11th August ” 6th October ” 24th Nov.
The Philippine Mining Club is proud to present for the April THURSDAY 6th luncheon.
About our Speaker:
Topic: Sto Tomas River (formerly Maculcul) and sand benefication (mineral processing plant) Zambales Province.
Mr. Stephen Lloyd
Resources & Development Corp
Stephen has fifteen (17) years of management experience in the Philippines. Responsible for training and managing over 120 local staff in two different factories for refinery and manufacturing work.
Stephen has 17 years of management experience in the Philippines. Responsible for training and managing over 120 local staff in two different factories for refinery and manufacturing work. He is a skilled fabricator and welder with a high competence in mechanical engineering specifically in the mining and mineral processing industry. He has multiple years experience in mining and dredging projects and a proven track record.
He has designed and manufactured two different mining dredges that have been in use for the past four years. Designed, built and operated two small scale hard rock gold processing plants.
He is a graduate Gemologist from GIA (USA). He is fluent in Tagalog and is currently on the board of The Guild of Philippine Jewelers.
Managed 5 different companies in different continents successfully over the past 17 years.
- Personally designed and manufactured two different mining dredges that have been in use for the past four years.
- Designed, built and operated two small scale hard rock gold processing plants.
- Designed , built and operated a 100m3/hr alluvial gold dredge.
- Tagalog Speaking
- Board of directors The Guild of Philippine Jewelers
- Received numerous awards from Rotary Club Manila San Miguel, Binondo Prime and Marina East for public service projects.
Mount Pinatubo is an active stratovolcano in the Cabusilan Mountains on the island of Luzon, near the tripoint of the Philippine provinces of Zambales, Tarlac, and Pampanga.
The volcano’s eruption on 15 June 1991 produced the second largest terrestrial eruption of the 20th century. Successful predictions at the onset of the climactic eruption led to a mass evacuation, but the surrounding areas were severely damaged by pyroclastic flows, ash deposits, and subsequently, by the lahars caused by rainwaters remobilizing earlier volcanic deposits changing the river systems months to years after the eruption.
The proposed dredging of the Sto Tomas River (formerly Maculcul) and sand beneficiation (mineral processing plant) project in the barangays Sto. Nino, San Marcelino and Manglicmot, located within the municipality of San Felipe, province of Zambales. The dredging project is proposed by MMDD with the intention to “Prove that mining can be done clean and make lives better”
This is possible because dredging project is a mitigation process and not a destructive program. Further, no chemicals will be used in the processing plant of lahar sand as it is essentially using water, screens, gravityand magnets for heavy media separation. More importantly, it will save lives and properties of people living near the rivers. In essence, dredging the river will help repair the extremely flood-hazardous river situation. The end result will be – a RESTORED Sto. Tomas River where the fresh water will flow for the people. Fish will be swimming again and the river habitat alive again.
“The Philippine Mining Luncheon” is proudly affiliated with the globally-recognized Melbourne Mining Club and is a member of the Philippine Mining & Exploration Association.
Event Schedule :
Your networking starts 11.00, seated at noon, finished 2.30 approx.
Venue: The Manila Polo Club Ballroom.
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Registration: Starts 11.00 am
Ticket Cost: Php 1,650 pre paid before event date OR Php 2,000 at the door.
(Includes 3 course Lunch & drinks).
Bookings not cancelled 3 days before the event will be billed in full.