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ASGM and Mercury Pollution Problem
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ASGM and Mercury Pollution Problem

This video explains the general information about ASGM (Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining) and associated poverty problems, health impact, and consequences of mercury contamination, as well as ASGM in Indonesia.

3rd TRPNEP Seminar was successfully held
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3rd TRPNEP Seminar was successfully held

The 3rd TRPNEP 2021 Seminar entitled “3rd ASEAN – Japan Meeting Point of Collaboration by Stakeholders and Researchers for Reducing Environmental Problems in ASEAN Countries” was successfully held as an online seminar on December 11-12, 2021.

Project Leader participated in the 1st International Seminar on Earth Sciences and Technology
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Project Leader participated in the 1st International Seminar on Earth Sciences and Technology

Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology, Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB) held the 1st International Seminar on Earth Sciences and Technology (ISEST 2021) as an online seminar on December 8-9, 2021. Professor Masayuki Sakakibara,  SRIREP Project, Research Institute of Humanity and Nature (RIHN), and Professor, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ehime University was invited to speak a lecture entitled "Invitation to Undertake Interdisciplinary Research in Earth Science". 

3rd TRPNEP Seminar will be held
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3rd TRPNEP Seminar will be held

3rd TRPNEP 2021 Seminar entitled “3rd ASEAN – Japan Meeting Point of Collaboration by Stakeholders and Researchers for Reducing Environmental Problems in ASEAN Countries” will be held as an online seminar on December 11-12, 2021.

The Making of a Prototype Device for Reducing Mercury Vapor Emission in Gold Amalgam Process
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The Making of a Prototype Device for Reducing Mercury Vapor Emission in Gold Amalgam Process

We set up a team comprised of our SRIREP project members, researchers, and junior research students from the State University of Gorontalo (UNG). This group has been working for a  prototype device that can be used to securely burn mercury-gold amalgam and recover without releasing mercury vapor into the atmosphere.