Mining News: Miners reclaim Alaska mines as they work
Property owners’ intentions for land after minerals have been extracted is important element of planning for mine closures
Reclamation is a critical element of modern mining and mine planning. In Alaska, companies who wish to extract minerals from the earth must first present a plan on how they propose to return the disturbed land to a reusable state and post financial assurances that they will complete the job.
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Considering the end user
Reclaiming Red Dog
Closure planning at Donlin Creek
40 years of reclamation
Fish Creek restoration earns Fort Knox operator the Tileston Award
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