Preliminary engineering design work starts for Crown Mountain Coking Coal project in Canada.
Jameson Resources has authorized preliminary design engineering for the Crown Mountain Coking Coal project. Spoil and refuse disposal techniques are an important component of open-pit mining, as they affect many facets of the environment including wildlife habitat, water quality and aquatic life. Jameson has selected two leading expert firms in this subject. SRK Consulting of Vancouver, British Columbia, and Enviromin Inc. of Bozeman, Montana, will team with SRK. Jameson said Enviromin has particularly valuable skills regarding successful mitigation of water quality issues related to selenium associated with open-pit mining.
The company previously announced it had awarded Dillon Consulting, of Richmond, British Columbia, the initial stages of preparation of the application for an EA certificate. That work is being performed concurrent with several environmental field programs at Crown Mountain over the next several months, with the aim of keeping Crown Mountain on track with the project development schedule contained in the recently released prefeasibility study update.
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|Comment:||Preliminary engineering design work starts for Crown Mountain Coking Coal project in Canada.(WORLD NEWS)|
|Publication:||Coal Age (1996)|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2017|
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