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Faro tailings abandonment plan development program

Steffen Roberston and Kirsetn (B.C.) Inc.

Faro tailings abandonment plan development program

1989 progress report on the tailings covers test facility

by Steffen Roberston and Kirsetn (B.C.) Inc.

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Published by Steffen Robertson and Kirsten (B.C.) Inc. in Vancouver B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acid-forming emissions -- Yukon Territory.,
  • Tailings (Metallury) -- Yukon Territory.

  • About the Edition

    Report examines the use of different types of covers in inhibiting acid generation in tailings. The types of covers tested include a: shallow water cover, till cover, composite cover, saturated composite cover and an organic cover.

    Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for Curragh Resources Inc. prepared by Steffen Robertson and Kirsten (B.C.) Inc.
    SeriesBoojum Research collection ; miscellaneous
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 55 p. :
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22239240M

    Additionally, through its Superfund program, the EPA tracks approximately hard rock mining and/or mineral processing sites across the country, which represents less than % of the abandoned. Characterization of the Tailings. The basic geotechnical properties of the four tailings are summarized in Table 1, and Fig. 1 displays the grain size distributions. The specific gravity of the coarse and fine iron tailings are and , respectively, which are consistent with those of metal tailings but much higher than those of natural soils.

    Lynn Lake: Farley Tailings Management Area remediation work was completed in This site is now in a 5 year monitoring program. Sherridon: Tailings relocation and neutralization work commenced in September The contract value of $ million includes commissioning of a water treatment plant, relocation of hydro lines, haul roads built. Faro. Abandoned in The Government of Canada is responsible for care-and-maintenance, and remediation. Remediation planning is underway. Ketza River. Abandoned in The Government of Yukon is responsible for care-and-maintenance. Remediation planning is underway. Minto. Still in operation. Owned by Pembridge Resources. Mount Nansen.

    Program Information Bulletins, Program Policy Letters, and Coal Mine Safety and Health (CMS&H) Memos applicable to impoundment inspections and plan reviews. _____ 3. Audience All MSHA Program Policy Manual Holders. Durbin pointed out in his article “Nevada’s Abandoned Mine Lands Program” in the Spring issue of Tailings, old mine workings are extremely dangerous for many reasons. [Note: old copies of Tailings are available on the Tonopah Historic Mining Park website, ; on.


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Faro tailings abandonment plan development program by Steffen Roberston and Kirsetn (B.C.) Inc. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Yukon's abandoned Faro mine is a square-kilometre moonscape, where deep pits filled with millions of tonnes of toxic waste are contained by substandard dams, and mountains of rubble tower Author: Justin Giovannetti.

They have been collaborating on the development of a remediation plan for the Faro mine site. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada’s Northern Contaminated Sites Program is leading the development and finalization of the remediation plan.

To learn more, visit INAC’s Northern Contaminated Sites Program. Below is a poster that they have. Community Development is broadly defined as the practice of improving communities. Community development is often used when discussing community economic development, the process of bringing more business and investment into a community.

But community development can also refer to any project or program that works to improve yourFile Size: KB. The Northern Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program will start in – in Faro, United Keno Hill, Mount Nansen, Ketza River and Clinton Creek mines in the Yukon.

In the Northwest Territories the program will address the Giant, Cantung and Great Bear Lake mines, with the latter consisting of multiple smaller sites in close proximity to each. The Faro Mine complex, with a footprint of over 25 km 2, consists of three distinct areas: the Faro Mine area (incorporating the Faro pit, mill, and associated buildings), the Rose Creek tailings impoundment situated in Rose Creek Valley, and the Vangorda Plateau (incorporating the.

The Faro Mine site is 25 sq. km, an area that is roughly the size of the City of Victoria in British Columbia. Processing the ore at the mine left behind 70 million tonnes of tailings and million tonnes of waste rock, which have the potential to leach heavy metals and acid into the surrounding land and water.

Development If the mineral ore exploration phase proves that proves that there is a large enough mineral ore deposit, of sufficient grade, then the project proponent may begin to plan for the development of the mine.

This phase of the mining project has several distinct components. abandoned mines and tailings Some mining projects. When the owners of the Faro Mine declared bankruptcy inthe company left behind more than million tonnes of waste rock and 70 million tonnes of tailings. Photo: Matt Jacques / The Narwhal After nearly 20 years of maintenance and remediation planning, more than $ million has been spent via the Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan.

Faro mine remediation plans take shape. After nearly two decades of caring for the abandoned Faro mine site, the federal and territorial governments are getting closer to coming up with a remediation plan. Ashley Joannou; Jun. 12, p.m.

News. 1 Chris Cuddy 1 CD,01PmCCS~Phase~lJorrow~ Page 5 1 1cW ANVIL RANGE MINING CORPORATION INTEFUMRECElVERSHIP PHASE. 1 BORROW SOURCE SURVEY 1. INTRODUC TION Work Scope and 0 bjectives The Anvil Range Mining Complex, which comprises the Faro and Vangorda Plateau mines, is located in the central Yukon Territory, as shown on Figure 1.

The Northern Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program. From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada Backgrounder. Budget invested $ million over 15 years ($ billion on a cash basis), starting in –21 to create the Northern Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program.

Assessment and Abandoned Mines Clinton Ck UKHM Faro Mt. Nansen YUKON TYPE II ABANDONED MINE SITES. 2 UKH SITE PLAN • Valley tailings facility requires treatment over • Yukon interested in economic development in area. The Abandoned Mine Site Characterization and Cleanup Handbook (Handbook) is the result of the collective efforts and contributions of a number of individuals.

During the earliest days of Handbook development, Mike Bishop of EPA Region 8 lead the effort to develop a Superfund Mine Waste Reference Document for EPA project managers working on mine.

Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A - P&A/LOI Only Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: PRE-TENDER OPTIONAL SITE VISIT AND INFORMATION SESSION, MAIN CONSTRUCTION AND CARE & MAINTENANCE MANAGER, FARO MINE, YUKON TERRITORY.

The book offers cost-effective strategies and approaches for contaminated sites, along with remediation and rehabilitation methods for contaminated soils and waste dumps.

It is an essential resource for students and academics, but is also ideal for applied professionals in environmental geology, mineral geologists, biotechnologists and. Another option is to cover the tailings with soil and divert Faro Creek over top, or cover some tailings with soil while moving the rest.

At the Vangorda-Grum area, located about 14 kilometres down a makeshift road from the Faro minesite, the waste rock could be moved into the Vangorda pit or it could be covered where it sits. In the development of the design concepts, it is important to consider the impacts that the tailings management plan may have on aspects of the mining operation outside of the TSF.

Modern practice, for example, requires that there is an integration of water management issues relating to tailings management with water management elsewhere on the.

The Northern Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program Budget invested $ million over 15 years ($ billion on a cash basis), starting in –21 to create the Northern Abandoned Mine. 70 million tonnes of tailings and million tonnes of waste rock.

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail 3. Unpredictability begets Adaptability 4. Were all in this together •Client presence and involvement in program development. •Focus on program improvement throughout the lifecycle of the project.

The Arizona State Mine Inspector's Office has approved a plan by the owners of the Rosemont Mine for reclaiming the land once the mine is finished, stirring charges from opponents. KEYWORDS: abandoned amend batch treatment dredge reclamation Sherridon tailings wind erosion.

Ramsey D. Sherridon Orphan Mine Site Reclamation Plan. Presented at the workshop. KEYWORDS: abandoned amend batch drainage treatment lime options analysis Sherridon tailings. .Located in south-central Yukon, close to the Town of Faro, the Faro Mine was an open-pit lead-zinc mine, operating from until it went into interim receivership in The site covers approximately 2, hectares and includes 70 million tonnes of tailings and million tonnes of waste rock.According to a recent article in the National Post, over $ million has been spent to clean up an abandoned mine in the Yukon with no actual work being done at the site.

The Treasury Board of Canada’s annual report revealed that no actual remediation has occurred at the Faro Mine in Yukon over the past decade although considerable sums of money have been spent on studying and planning.