Why should a mine site be rehabilitated?
According to the Federal Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, there are four key factors that make up the business case for mine rehabilitation. They are: 1. Project approval 2. Compliance risk 3. Financial liability 4. Reputational risk
1. Project approval
2. Compliance risk
3. Financial liability
4. Reputational risk
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What is mine closure planning?
Mine closure planning involves planning effectively for the after-mining landscape – all activities required before, during, and after the operating life of a mine that are needed to produce an acceptable landscape economically. Closure performance refers to the activities near and after mine closure and how well activities listed in the closure plan are carried out.
What are the different types of mine rehabilitation?
According to the Minerals Council of Australia, there are several different types of mine rehabilitation including: cropping, conservation, grazing, and native restoration.
- What is mine rehabilitation?
- What are the different types of mine rehab?
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