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Exploring the issues & technologies around mine closure

Exploring the issues & technologies around mine closure

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  While developing and operating mines are massive imperatives, their closure is equally as important. Mine rehabilitation and closure planning is becoming an increasingly important part of the mine process.

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However, a slowdown in Australia’s decades-long mining boom has left companies and communities grappling with what to do about closed or abandoned mining sites. MiningMonthly recently hosted a webinar, Mine Rehabilitation and Closure Planning, which considers some of the issues and technologies around mine closure and rehabilitation of operations that have passed their useful life. In the webinar, you’ll hear from:
  • Noel Dyson, Editor, Australia’s Mining Monthly
  • Anthony Walker, Chief Executive Officer, Decipher
  • Darren Murphy, Principal Consultant and Mine Closure Lead APAC, Golder
  • Paul Amidy, Environment and Community Manager, Glencore Coal

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How to drive progressive rehabilitation and closure

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=340Weed-sww[/embedyt]   Originally published by Mongabay.

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