The main purposes of the PRC plan are to:
- Require the holder of an EA to plan for how and where activities will be carried out on the land in a way that maximises the progressive rehabilitation of the land to a stable condition
- Provide for the condition to which the holder must rehabilitate the land before the EA may be surrendered
A PRC plan consists of two parts:
- Rehabilitation planning
- PRCP schedule
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What is a progressive rehabilitation closure plan?
Organisations carrying out mining activities in Queensland (QLD) are legally obligated to rehabilitate the land. A progressive rehabilitation and closure plan (PRC plan) is a critical element of the QLD Government’s Mined Land Rehabilitation Policy.
What's included in a PRC plan?
A PRC plan consists of two parts: Rehabilitation planning, and a PRCP Schedule.
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