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This site covers all issues associated with reclamation of mining sites worldwide. The focus is on these aspects of reclamation: geomorphology, geology, surface water management, geotechnical stability, and the social and economic aspects of restoration of mining sites.

It is also a focused location where information about advances in technologies related to environmental protection and reclamation associated with mining can be found. Links to useful resources related to reclamation in mining are also provided.

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New Zealand’s toxic mine sites are to be cleaned up
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Two of New Zealand's contaminated mine sites will be cleaned of toxic substances following a funding agreement signed by the Ministry for the Environment and the Department of Conservation. read more »
Geotechnical inspections pinpoint concerns at mine dams: documents
Thursday, December 11, 2014
AuRico Gold will remove a portion of the 70,000 trees planted on a tailings dam after the province said the seedlings were a potential safety concern. read more »
Metal-munching plants: a new frontier for green mining?
Tuesday, August 05, 2014
Scientists have long studied plants that can absorb and store metals,such as nickel and gold, in large amounts without being poisoned. The most obvious application for these plant species is removing metal contaminants from the ground, but could they also usher in a new frontier of environmentally friendly mining? read more »
Genomic tools offer vision of a cleaner mining industry
Friday, April 25, 2014
Bacteria may be small, but they do heavy lifting in remediation and extraction. A few key microbes are on the verge of becoming key players in B.C.’s mining industry. read more »
Geosynthetics in Mining and Geomembrane Durability
Wednesday, March 05, 2014
Kerry Rowe, Research Chair in Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering at Queen’s University, gave a talk about the dura read more »

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