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Utah Mined Land Reclamation Act Chapter 8 Enacted by

Utah Mined Land Reclamation Act 40-8-1 Short title. This act shall be known and may be cited as the Utah Mined Land Reclamation Act. Enacted by Chapter 130, 1975 General Session 40-8-2 Legislative findings. The Utah Legislature finds that: (1) A mining industry is essential to the economic and physical well-being of the state of Utah and the

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Soil Reclamation of Abandoned Mine Land by Revegetation: A

reclamation of mining overburdens. During investigation it was found that locally available drought resistant, fast-growing trees able to grow in acidic nutrient deficient 3 Sheoran et al.: Soil Reclamation of Abandoned Mine Land by Revegetation Produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press, 2010

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Reclamation

16-1-2019Mineland Reclamation Program The Minnesota Mineland Reclamation Act was passed in 1969. Minnesota Statutes 93.44 to 93.51 authorized the commissioner to adopt rules providing for reclamation of lands disturbed by metallic mineral mining and was amended in 1983 to include peat.

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Abandoned Mine Lands Program

Land and water eligible for reclamation are those that were mined or affected by mining and abandoned or left in an inadequate reclamation status before August 3, 1977, and for which there is no continuing reclamation responsibility under State or federal law.

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Oil sands land reclamation

Reclamation is the process of attempting to return land used for oil sands mining or tailings storage back to its original, natural state. The goal behind reclamation is to return land back to nature. Disturbances that are a result of oil sands mining have significant impacts on the land, and reclamation is one way to mediate this impact.

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LAND RECLAMATION, ABANDONED MINED LAND

LAND RECLAMATION, ABANDONED MINED LAND (Ac.) CODE 543 DEFINITION Reclamation of land and water areas adversely affected by past mining activities PURPOSE • Stabilize abandoned mined areas to decrease erosion and sedimentation, support desirable vegetation and improve offsite water quality and or quantity

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Coal Reclamation

Coal Reclamation. Coal mine reclamation is the rehabilitation of land after coal mining operations have stopped. It is a requirement of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of 1977. SMCRA created two programs: one for regulating active coal mines and one for

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Mining Reclamation

Acceptance to the RNS program or a combination of work and/or education experience equivalent to third-year standing. If you're not currently enrolled in the Restoration of Natural Systems (RNS) program, including UVic and Letter of Permission students from RRU and TRU, you must obtain approval from the Program Coordinator (ecorestoration

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SURFACE COAL MINING AND LAND RECLAMATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

SURFACE COAL MINING AND LAND RECLAMATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Mining of industrial minerals (in particular brown coal open cast mining employing large-scale equipment) has negative impacts on the general environment in the relevant regions. The most serious negative impacts include total devastation of the areas, where the

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DMME

Assume the terms and conditions of listed ia Division of Mined Land Reclamation permit. Bond xxxxxxx acres by (type of bond, surety, letter of credit, CD, etc.) Abate any existing violations associated with the listed ia Division of Mined Land Reclamation permit in a timely manner.

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Land reclamation in Singapore

Land reclamation in Singapore also allows for the preservation of local historic and cultural communities, as building pressures are reduced by the addition of reclaimed land. Land reclamation has been used in Singapore since the early 19th century, extensively so in this last half-century in response to the city-state's rapid economic growth.

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Mine reclamation

Mine reclamation is the process of restoring land that has been mined to a natural or economically usable state. Although the process of mine reclamation occurs once mining is completed, the planning of mine reclamation activities occurs prior to a mine being permitted or started.

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RECLAMATION PLAN FOR (name of Mine) MINING OPERATION

other agricultural land reclamation - the mining operation will be conducted on non-prime agricultural lands where the site's end use will be agriculture. thus, i agree to reclaim non-prime agricultural lands in conformance with ccr section 3708. (explain the reclamation procedures you will use to meet

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Environmental threats and Land Reclamation on

Underground mining methods Unsupported openings Supported openings Caving methods Main methods in Underground mining • drift mining • slope mining • shaft mining • borehole process • Hard rock mining Underground Mining 4. Land reclamation is the gain of land from the sea, or wetlands, or other water bodies, and restoration of

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Reclamation: Strategies and Stages

Phosphate mining disturbs about 5,000-6,000 acres of land annually; approximately 25-30% of these lands are isolated wetlands or wetlands connected to waters of the state, according to the Florida Bureau of Mine Reclamation. Besides planning, there are two additional stages of land reclamation: contouring and revegetation.

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Mine closure and reclamation

15-9-2016Another issue mining companies face is the development of cost provisions for mine closure and reclamation. These are important because changes affect a company's (publicly reported) results and their total reported liabilities. In my experience every mining company calculates these costs a

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Reclamation Cost Service

Reclamation Cost Guide includes over 200 pages of easy-to-find, indexed information to make your cost studies faster, easier and more credible. This service conforms to the USDI-Bureau of Land Management and USDA-Forest Service requirements for estimating costs for reclamation bonds as well as for other regions in the U.S. and Canada.

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Mining Environmental, Water Shortage and Land

In July this year, biologist David Ledford announced the formation of the Appalachian Wildlife Center, a non-profit organisation that aims to construct a conservation area on former mining land in the US state of Kentucky. The area will cover 12,500 acres, a third of which will consist of plains and grassland built on former mine sites.

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land reclamation

10-10-2019Land reclamation, the process of improving lands to make them suitable for a more intensive use. Reclamation efforts may be concerned with the improvement of rainfall-deficient areas by irrigation, the removal of detrimental constituents from salty or alkali lands, the diking and draining of tidal

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Surface Mining and Reclamation

Surface mining reclamation restores vegetation, soil stability, and proper water conditions after mining. Each site will be completed differently depending on the future use and reclamation law. However, the work completed prevents future environmental degradation and prepares the site for its future use.

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Optimization of concurrent mining and reclamation

Taking the percentage of reclaimed farmland as the preferred standard, concurrent mining and reclamation for stage (b) and (c) could increase farmland reclamation percentages to 37.6 and 32.6 %, respectively, compared with the farmland reclamation percentage of post-mining [reclaiming the land

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CHAPTER 6. AGGREGATE MINED LAND RECLAMATION ARTICLE

CHAPTER 6. AGGREGATE MINED LAND RECLAMATION ARTICLE 1. ADMINISTRATION 27-1201. Definitions In this chapter, unless the context otherwise requires: 1. Aggregate has the same meaning prescribed in section 27-441. 2. Aggregate mining has the same meaning prescribed in section 27-441. 3. Aggregate mining facility means property that is owned,

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Surface Mining and Reclamation (SMARA) Act of 1975

E. Applicants having a surface mining operation which involves separate, noncontiguous parcels of land may file one reclamation plan for the entire operation covering each parcel of land, provided that the type of operation is the same on each parcel of land and each parcel of land is identified in the reclamation plan.

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Nonmandatory Land Reclamation Program

About Nonmandatory Mine Reclamation Program Funding for the reclamationof old abandoned phosphate mine sites is managed by the Nonmandatory Land Reclamation Program. Theprogram was createdas a result of public concerns over the thousands of acres that had been mined for phosphate before reclamation was required by law. Identified parcels dated

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Mining produces materials that are essential to human needs. Reclamation of land affected by mining to a useful and productive state is also essential to meeting those needs. Effective reclamation of land is important to the long-term success and profitability of the mining business and to the future economic well-being of the landowner (ACSMP

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The Office of Abandoned Mine Lands and Reclamation

The Office of Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation of West ia oversees and facilitates the resolving of public safety issues as mine fires subsidence, hazardous highwalls, mining-impacted water supplies, open shafts and portals, and other dangers resulting from mining before 1977.

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Citizen Guide to Land Reclamation

adopt mining and reclamation laws. As science, technology and experience continued to progress, State laws become more sophisticated. In 1977, Congress adopted the first national coal mining and reclamation program; the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA). Much of it is based upon lessons learned in the coalfields of Indiana and

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Mining Symposium Recognizes Companies for Excellence

Greenbrier Smokeless Coal Mining LLC, Pollock Knob Surface Mine — For the outstanding reclamation of a 575 acre surface mine in Greenbrier County that included the elimination of over three miles of pre-law highwall, with a special emphasis on returning both the active and pre-law disturbance to approximate original contour and a post-mining

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Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Finally, Missouri's abandoned mine land emergency program allows the Land Reclamation Program to abate or control emergency situations in which adverse effects of past coal mining pose an immediate danger to the public. Biennial Reports. Land Reclamation Biennial Report, 2016-2017 Land Reclamation Biennial Report, 2014-2015

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Mine Site Reclamation Services

Because it can leave such long-lasting scars, reclamation of land following mining operations is essential. Abandoned mines degrade the quality of the land and can interfere with the beneficial qualities of soil, air, plants and water, potentially leading to erosion, sinkholes, a loss of biodiversity,

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