The Mining Institute of Scotland (MIS) is a professional body for the advancement of all perspectives of minerals (including oil and gas) and mining. Its objectives are to promote and develop every aspect of minerals and mining science, engineering and technology and this is achieved by providing information and related services, and influencing key opinion formers in government, industry, academia, the public and professions. MIS holds regular meetings, organises a full programme of events and deals with applications for Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer and Engineering Technician status.
The Institute has as members a very wide range of minerals professionals, including geologists, geo-technical engineers, mining engineers, electrical / mechanical engineers, petroleum and drilling engineers and extractive metallurgists - many with overlapping skills. Mining, quarrying, extraction, processing - we are all practitioners in the one subject area - that of naturally occurring materials, be it oil, coal, bulk minerals or metals.
MIS is recognised as an Affiliated Society wthin IOM3, and is also a private limited company registered in Scotland with Number 311798.
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IOM3 is pleased to be supporting a series of free collaborative webinars on the current UK packaging Extended Producer Responsibility, Deposit Return Scheme (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) and Collection Consistency consultations.