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Asbestos cleanup at Liberty Mines property.

Liberty Mines has appointed JMX Environmental to clean up asbestos contamination at its Redstone and Mc-Watters mine properties in Timmins.

In a July 29 release, the company said JMX is considered a leading asbestos abatement firm with extensive experience in removing and disposing of asbestos.

Liberty president and CEO Pat Gleeson said the appointment of JMX is "key to a timely remediation of the Redstone mill per order of the Ministry of Labour."

The company said it has borrowed funds for the cleanup from Jien International Investment, a 60 per cent owner of Liberty.

Liberty owns two former nickel mines in the Timmins area and has a nickel concentrator in the Shaw Dome area, a prospective nickel belt.
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Title Annotation:MINING
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Date:Sep 1, 2013
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