2 edition of Mine site reclamation policy for Nunavut found in the catalog.
Mine site reclamation policy for Nunavut
Published also in French under the title: Politique de remise en état des sites miniers du Nunavut : politique pour la protection de l"environnement et la cession des responsabilités rattachées aux fermetures de mines au Nunavut.
|Contributions||Canada. Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.|
|LC Classifications||TD195.M5 M568 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||2003386946|
INAC is focused on accelerating the remediation of contaminated sites in the North to protect the health and safety of Aboriginal people, Northerners, and the integrity of the environment. The Giant Mine Remediation Project will clean-up the surface, stabilize and secure the underground and maintain and monitor for health & safety. Reclamation processes. As part of the life cycle of a surface coal mine, completed mine areas must undergo mining ends, operators must restore the land to its approximate original contour (AOC) or leave the land graded and suitable for a “higher and better” post-mining land use (PMLU) that has been approved as part of the original mining permit application.
CASE STUDIES AND DECISION MAKING PROCESS FOR THE RELINQUISHMENT OF CLOSED MINE SITES Prepared for: NATIONAL ORPHANED/ABANDONED MINES INITIATIVE By W.R. Cowan, W.O. Mackasey and John G.A. Robertson Cowan Minerals Ltd. Sudbury, Ontario July File Size: 1MB. Teck Cominco’s Polaris Mine was the world’s most northerly base metal mine situated in the high arctic of Nunavut. Zinc-lead mineralization was discovered in Reserves were 25 million tonnes grading 14% zinc and 4% lead. Underground mining commenced in and continued for 21 years. The mine closed in September and decommissioning and reclamation started immediately and Author: B. J. Donald.
Mine Health and Safety Act, SNWT (Nu) , c 25 Last updated from web site of the Legislation Division of the Justice Department of the Government of Nunavut. on Access mining activities such as exploratory drilling, excavation, processing, concentrating, storage, waste disposal and work associated with mine site reclamation. With reclamation projects from the Cullaton Lake mine in Nunavut to the Whiskey Creek coalmine near Helper, Utah, our breadth of project experience allows us to work proactively with clients to deliver the best economics of construction, highest quality of services and guaranteed completion dates. Reclamation Services: Erosion control; Revegetation.
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The Mine Site Reclamation Policy for Nunavut was released by the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on J and human health hazards and a financial burden on the Canadian taxpayer. The Department considers this policy. Mine site reclamation policy for Nunavut: a policy for the protection of the environment and the disposition of liability relating to mine closures in Nunavut: R/E-PDF.
This policy on mine site reclamation for Nunavut was developed by Indian and Northern Affairs Canada after consultations with Aboriginal organizations, industry, stakeholders, Northern boards and territorial. Mine site reclamation policy for Nunavut: a policy for the protection of the environment and the disposition of liability relating to mine closures in Nunavut.
Author: Canada. MINE SITE RECLAMATION POLICY FOR NUNAVUT. The Mine Site Reclamation Policy for Nunavut serves four main objectives: • Ensure the impact of mining on the environment and human health and safety is minimized. • Reduce the environmental File Size: 1MB. The Mine Reclamation Guidelines for the Northwest Territories and Nunavut outline the expectations of the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (DIAND) for closure and reclamation of mines in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
The Mine Site Reclamation Policies for the NWT and Nunavut(INAC, ) were developed for the protection of the environment and the disposition of liability relating to mine closures.
The guidelines build on the principles and objectives laid out in the Mine Site Reclamation Policy for the Northwest Territories (INAC, ) and principles adopted and adhered to by the federal government and industry, within the existing regulatory framework in the Northwest Size: KB.
The Environmental Code of Practice for Metal Mines describes operational activities and associated environmental concerns of this industrial sector. The document applies to the complete life cycle of mining, from exploration to mine closure, and environmental management practices are recommended to mitigate the identified environmental concerns.
Through the Northern Contaminated Sites Program (CSP), the Department manages a number of contaminated properties abandoned by their previous occupants. The contamination of these properties is the result of private sector mining and oil and gas activities and government military activity that occurred over a half a century ago, when environmental impacts were not fully understood.
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.
Mining companies must also place a security with the Province to ensure reclamation obligations are kept. This security is only returned once the mine site has been reclaimed to a satisfactory level and there are no ongoing monitoring or maintenance requirements.
POLICY STATEMENT. The Government of Nunavut is committed to maximizing economic and social benefits to communities impacted by minerals industry activity.
A key aspect of this will be coordinating education and training opportunities for all stages of Mineral Exploration, Mine Development, Mineral Extraction and Reclamation. PURPOSE. Royal Oak Mines' bankruptcy left a toxic legacy in the N.W.T.
and some wonder whether enough has changed to prevent taxpayers from getting billion-dollar clean-up bills in the future. Mining and Geoscience Projects Map.
For details on mineral tenure, visit the Nunavut Map Viewer at the opportunities mining activities bring to Nunavut.
The Nunavut Mine Training Fund for example, provides Mining and Reclamation Policies NTI has developed a series of policies applicable to. The Meliadine mine is located near the western shore of Hudson Bay in the Kivalliq District of Nunavut, about 25 kilometres north of Rankin Inlet and kilometres southeast of our Meadowbank mine.
Meliadine includes seven gold deposits, six of which are part of the current mine plan. Mine operations began in and ceased in the mids. Tundra is one of three mines that reverted to the Government of Canada in when the owner, Royal Oak Mines Inc., went into receivership.
This occurred before Canada implemented the Mine Site Reclamation Policy for the Northwest Territories. Mine Site Reclamation Policy for the Northwest Territories.
Giant Mine. Yellowknife’s Giant Mine began operations in and quickly became one of Canada’s most prolific gold mines. Over its lifespan, Giant Mine produced more than 7 million ounces of gold. This is one of three mines that reverted back to the Crown in when the mines.
Mining North Works. highlights the opportunities and benefits of responsible mineral exploration and resource development in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Creating careers and business benefits, mining is the North’s economic advantage.
Mines produce minerals and metals which become the materials everyone uses to innovate, create, and thrive. The ICLG to: Mining Laws and Regulations - Canada covers common issues in mining laws and regulations – including the mechanics of acquisition of rights, foreign ownership and indigenous ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, beneficiation – in 28 jurisdictions.
Canada is a constitutional monarchy, a parliamentary democracy. "mining reclamation trust" means a trust that is established for a mine and (a) is created for the purposes of subsection 17(1) of the Northwest Territories Waters Act or subsection 76(1) of the Nunavut Waters and Nunavut Surface Rights Tribunal Act, or (b) is created as a condition ofFile Size: KB.
Time-bound reclamation to regenerate the better eco-system, concurrent with extraction, international norms to be integral part of mine development strategy NMP, Emphasized for orderly and systematic mine closure MCDR, Concept of Mining Plan & Provisions for restoration, reclamation and rehabilitation of lands affected by miningFile Size: 1MB.reclamation and closure costs for the mine, subject to periodic review, including reductions where mines perform reclamation concurrent with ongoing mining operations.
In British Columbia mine sites requiring long-term water treatment, or mine sites owned by a single mine company require % security prior to or at closure. Later on, British Columbia became the first province to extend this policy to mineral exploration sites.
The provincial government requires companies to post a reclamation security bond with the Ministry of Natural Resource Operations before they can start mining or exploration work at any site.