MINING NEWS: Operator seeks to expand Red Dog mine
EPA kicks off regulatory process aimed at reviewing plans to extend zinc-lead mine’s life with ore from nearby Aqqaluk deposit
A quest by Teck Cominco Alaska Inc. to expand operations at the Red Dog Mine in northwestern Alaska is moving forward as regulators prepare to conduct a series of public scoping meetings Oct. 2-5 in affected communities.
Red Dog, the world’s largest producer of zinc concentrate, began production in....
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First public meetings scheduled
Aqqaluk promises 18-plus years of production
State review for solid waste permit, reclamation update
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