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Mining, Business and the Environment

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Jim Renner, PG
Manager of Environmental Stewardship
Southern Ionics Inc.

Mr. Renner is a geologist and environmental planner with 25 years of experience in natural resource consulting. He has worked on a wide variety of projects related to mining and mineral processing, water supply, and environmental impact assessment and management. A few examples of his work include permitting water supply reservoirs in DeKalb, Gwinnet, and Whitfield Counties (Georgia); developing consistent wastewater treatment standards for Coca-Cola’s worldwide operations; and identifying conservation and recreation options and economic impacts, leading to The Nature Conservancy’s and State of Tennessee’s purchase of the 8000 acre Doe Mountain tract in Mountain City. Jim recently joined Southern Ionics, a southeast regional chemical producer. He is working to advance a company-wide commitment to environmental stewardship and is assisting the newly-formed mining group in developing mines and mineral processing facilities in southeast Georgia.

Mr. Renner is a member of the Georgia Mining Association; Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration; Society of Wetland Scientists; The Nature Conservancy; the Satilla Riverkeeper; and other groups promoting responsible resource development and conservation.

M.S., Geology, University of Georgia, 1989

B.S., Geology, University of Georgia, 1984

Professional Geologist; Professional Wetland Scientist