This is not quite the definitive handbook on mine closure, but it comes pretty close. I refer to Environmental Techniques for the Extractive Industries: Mine Closure Handbook. There are too many authors to list. It appears to come from Vammalan Kirjapaino Oy in 2008.

Explanation of its origin and genesis is in this extract from the Forward:

This handbook has been prepared during the TEKES-funded project “Environmental Techniques for the Extractive Industries” which was undertaken as a joint research project between industry and various agencies during the years 2003-2005. The project was coordinated by Outokumpu Oyj with supporting industry partners being Tieliikelaitos (TLL, the Finnish Roads Enterprise) and Maa ja Vesi Oy (M&V Oy, Soil and Envinronment Ltd, which has been incorporated into Poyry Environment Oy). Public sector agencies participating in the project were Geologian tutkimuskeskus (GTK, Geological Survey of Finland) and Valtion teknillinen tutkimuskeskus (VTT, Technical Research Center of Finland).

The volume was written for use in Finland. It was not intended to cover mines outside of Finland. So it is “restricted” in a sense. But it is so comprehensive at 170 pages and covers so many topics in satisfying detail, that it is to be recommended to anyone interested in the subject, and to everyone charged with closing a mine.