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Long-Term Management Plan for Mount Polley Mine Approved

The approval of the long-term water management plan for Mount Polley means the mine can continue to operate providing 350 well-paying jobs in the...

Mount Polley Mine Disaster & Quesnel Lake: MoE Comments

After the breach of a tailing pond at Mount Polley mine, effluent from the mine was diverted to Quesnel Lake, a glacial lake from...

Concern for Mount Polley Mine Water Management

In the aftermath of the August 4, 2014, Mount Polley mine disaster, the communities of Mount Polley and Likely, B.C., approved the diversion of...

B.C. Updates its Mining Regulations in Response to Mount Polley Breach

The Minister of Energy and Mines in British Columbia announced this week that new changes to the mining code have been implemented, putting the...

Mount Polley Mining Corp. Receives Short-Term Discharge Permit

The Government of British Columbia has approved Mount Polley Mining Corporation’s application for a short-term permit to treat and then discharge water outside a...

Legislation to Improve Science-Based Decision Making in B.C.

Following a report issued in June, 2018, the B.C. government has introduced legislation aimed at making sure decisions affecting the province’s natural resources are...

Canadian Guide to Management of Tailings Facilities Aims for Zero Failure

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has released a revised edition of its A Guide to the Management of Tailings Facilities. The third edition includes...

UN Calls for Zero-Failure Objective in Mining Waste Spills

An international coalition of non-governmental organizations has welcomed the new Assessment Report Summary released last week in Geneva by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), which urges States and...

Mining Water and Wastewater Management to Grow at 5 per cent CAGR

A analysis from Technavio suggests that the global mining water and wastewater management market will grow by 4.83 per cent compound annual growth rate...

U of T Project will Study Microbes in Mining Wastewater

The University of Toronto has reported on one of their research projects that examines the genome of microbes living in the wastewater generated by...

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