Mining News: Teck expects Aqqaluk permits by 2010
Red Dog expansion will extend mine’s life 20 years; Native Elder says gaining permission for adjacent deposit should be simpler
RED DOG MINE – Teck Resources Ltd. and NANA Regional Native Corp. are waiting, with cautious optimism, for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to provide final approval for development of a huge zinc-lead deposit that would extend the life of the Red Dog zinc mine by about 20 years.
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