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Planning ahead for mine closures

Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority

Planning ahead for mine closures

Antonia Scrase, the Mine Land Rehabilitation Authority’s Technical Director, recently had an interview published in Mining Magazine Australia.
Below is a little snippet from the article.

“Modern mining practices have seen an increased demand for sustainable resource extraction and environmental stewardship, including the effective rehabilitation of mine sites and their surrounding environment upon closure. Planning for rehabilitation is critical and needs to be factored into all stages of a mine life cycle, from project inception and pre-feasibility onwards”.

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