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Report No. Report title Lead Beneficiary Due date Description
M3.1 "Mining the Future®" challenge call open MUL 01/04/2021 Publication open for submission on Web. Geology data downloadable from Zenodo (Green, opendata). Evaluation board of international experts established. GDPR and IP rules available at the call website. Press release issued by CERN and MUL.
D3.1 Transnational environmental impact assessment requirements and framework LD 01/03/2022 A technical report summarising the contents and reporting requirements for Environmental Evaluation (EE) as required by French and Swiss regulatory frameworks, aligned with CERN’s status as international organisation which permits defining and setting up a unified process for the entire project that spans the two host countries. The report will include guidance on tool selection and will lay out the applicability of life-cycle analysis for selected areas.
D3.2 Deliverable “Mining the Future Future®” innovation challenge results MUL 01/11/2022 A report that gives the outcome and results of the innovation challenge. The deliverable com-prises a communication action (event, press release, media report), a technical summary and evaluation of the eligible submissions and a description of the results.
D3.3 Particle collider layout and placement assessment Cerema 01/09/2023 A technical report that summarises the feasibility of the project across French and Swiss territory including underground and surface structures and annexes (access, technical infrastructures, re-source supplies) from the urbanistic, environmental and societal points of view.
D3.4 Preliminary excavation materials management plan CETU 01/08/2024 A technical/managerial report that summarises the approach for managing the approximately 9 million cubic meters of excavation materials in a resource- and cost-effective way, pointing to innovation potentials with economic benefits for companies and environmental advantages for the European society. The plan is considered to be preliminary, since specific management pro-cesses, the economic viability and the environmental benefits of the envisaged excavation materials use cases depend strongly on the precise sub-surface investigations, the evolution of legal frameworks in the EU and Switzerland and the response of companies to market surveys, all of which are expected to evolve after this H2020 project ends.

-- GraceFernJackson - 2020-11-27

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