New to MEM
We are delighted to welcome two new Geoscientists to the company.
Rosalia Shiimi will join Rhys Savage at our Research Hub in South Wales.
Rosalia recently completed her MSc in Applied Environmental Geology at Cardiff University and her dissertation project topic was: “Development of a method to assess the “carbon balance” (i.e., balance between emissions and sequestration of CO2) of typical mine waste storage facilities over the long term (operations and post closure)”.
In her time off Rosalia enjoys the outdoors and visiting places of attraction.
Joining the MEM team in North Wales is Claudia Malam who will be working alongside Steven Pearce, Julia Dent, Diana Brookshaw and Karen Roberts.
Claudia has recently graduated from the Camborne School of Mines, University of Exeter with a merit in MSc Mining Environment Management and is currently in the process of getting her thesis ‘The social sustainability of bauxite mining in Guinea and its impact on international aluminium supply chains’ published.
Within the industry her interests are sustainable mining, site remediation and social responsibility, but outside of work she enjoys sea swimming, international travel and going to see live music.