Mining News: Red Dog Mine faces possible shutdown
Teck says Aqqaluk permit needed by May to avoid closure in October of zinc-lead mine; environmentalists tie up permit in appeal
North of 60 Mining News
Coming off of a record year of zinc production, Red Dog partners Teck Resources Ltd. and NANA Regional Corp. are facing the possibility that operations at the zinc-lead mine will be shut down in October.
Nearing the end of 20 years of production at the mine’s main pit, Teck said it would need access....
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