Australian Society for Bulk Solids Handling

For engineers working in industries that rely on modern bulk solids handling.

About the Australian Society for Bulk Solids Handling (ASBSH)

Mission

This society's mission is to enhance the discipline of bulk solids handling through research, education and sound engineering practice.

For more information please see our Annual Report:

Download the ASBSH Annual Report 2006-2007

Strategies of the ASBSH

The ASBSH has the following objectives:

  • To promote cooperation between universities, research establishments, consultants, equipment manufacturers & suppliers and industrial users.
  • To encourage research and development, technology transfer and training.
  • To promote education at the undergraduate level and continuing education at the postgraduate level.
  • To hold national and international conferences at regular intervals.

The Constitution of the ASBSH

The formulators of the Society had only one primary objective in view when setting down the rules for its administration and that is to enhance the discipline of bulk solids handling through the various channels available to it.

Executive of the ASBSH

The administration of the Society is carried out by the Chairman, Honorary Secretary and Honorary Treasurer, known as the Executive.

For technical events, the Executive is assisted by Technical Convenors (nominally one for each State or Regional Centre) who will co-opt members, as required by the nature of the event, to form an Organising Committee.

Where specialist expertise is needed, the Technical Convenor may invite non-members to join the Organising Committee.

Information Booklet

For your copy of the ASBSH Information Booklet please contact:

Hon.Sec. ASBSH
Centre for Bulk Solids & Particulate Technologies
University of Newcastle
Callaghan NSW 2308
Australia

How to join

Click here to join ASBSH now.

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Contact Us

Secretary
Danielle Harris
Email: [email protected]

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