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SitNews: BC’s Mount Polley Mine to Re-Open; Alaskans to British Columbia: Your Downstream Neighbors are WatchingBy MARY KAUFFMAN

8.9.15

SitNews: BC’s Mount Polley Mine to Re-Open; Alaskans to British Columbia: Your Downstream Neighbors are WatchingBy MARY KAUFFMAN: “This conditional restricted permit to re-start operations is the first of three significant steps the company needs to continue operation and does not include the ability to discharge water off the site,” said Bennett. “In the early fall, the company will need a second conditional permit to treat and discharge water in order for operations to continue. Lastly, the company must submit a long-term water treatment and discharge plan to government by June 30, 2016. The mine will not be authorized to continue to operate long-term if it fails to complete either of the last two steps.”


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