Posts Tagged ‘eia’

Spain was a major source of gold to the Roman Empire nearly 2,000 years ago.  Today a Canadian mining company seeks to reopen or at least extend these old gold resources.  (more…)

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Integral to any new mine or expansion of a mine is the preparation of an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).  If you seek to significantly expand the mine’s tailings, waste rock, or heap leach facilities, you may have to prepare a new or supplemental EIA.   Here are references to and extacts from some documents that we recently collected from the web.  I do not provide links—you can easiy find them via a Google search if you are inteested. (more…)

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The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide at this link has a publication all prospective miners and mine investors should read.  The publication is free to download.  I have, and recommend you do so too.  The document is Guidebook for Evaluating Mining Project EIAs.  It is available in English, Spanish, and French. (more…)

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