BC MEND ML/ARD Annual Workshop

Proceedings:

  1. Gardiner, E. Working for Responsible Management of Tailings Facilities. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  guidelines  risk assessment  tailings 


  2. Tremblay, G. INAP – Global ARD Guide. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  guidelines  INAP 


  3. Armitt, E. and D. Priscu. Overview of the Manitoba Orphaned & Abandoned Mines Sites Program. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  liability  Lynn Lake  regulation  risk assessment  Sherridon 


  4. Tremblay, G. and C. Hogan. Strategy Themes and Outcomes - MEND and NOAMI. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  MEND  NOAMI  stakeholder 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Experience of Canadian Partnership Programs - MEND and NOAMI
      Tremblay, G. and C. Hogan

  5. Ramsey, D. Sherridon Orphan Mine Site Reclamation Plan. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  amend  batch  drainage treatment  lime  options analysis  Sherridon  tailings 


  6. Blais, E. . Remediation of the East Tailings Management Area, Lynn Lake, Manitoba . MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  dry cover  limestone  Lynn Lake  options analysis  permeable reactive barrier  tailings impoundment  treatment  vertical flow pond  wind-erosion 


  7. McKernan, J.M. and Huebert, D.B. Using Critters, Clams and Fish to Define “Real” Ecological Risks at Orphaned and Abandoned Sites – The Lynn Lake Case Study. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  loading  Lynn Lake  modelling  receiving environment  regulation  risk assessment  toxicity 


  8. Zinck, J. Update on Status of Sludge Management in Canada. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  active treatment  costs  deposition  lime  metal recovery  regulation  solid residue 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Disposal, Reprocessing and Reuse Options for Acidic Drainage Treatment Sludge.
      Zinck, J.

  9. Lawrence, R. Commercial Water Treatment Experience in Metal and Sulphate Removal from Acidic Drainage-Canadian Case Studies. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  Bisbee  lime  metal recovery  Raglan Mine  sulphate reduction  treatment 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Biogenic Sulphide for Cyanide Recycle and Copper Recovery in Gold-Copper Ore Processing.
      Adams, M., Lawrence, R. and Bratty, M.
    2. Applications for Biogenic Sulphide Reagent for Copper Recovery in Copper and Gold Hydrometallurgi-cal Operations.
      Lawrence, R.W., Marchant, P.B., Bratty, M. and Kratochvil, D.

  10. Rector, D. and Clarke, B. Britannia Mine Water Treatment Plant: Environmental Compliance and Risk Transfer in a Collaborative Partnership. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  Britannia  bulkhead  discharge  diversion  HDS  regulation  risk assessment  treatment 


  11. Ayres, B. Closure Planning and Implementation at Vale Inco’s Whistle Mine. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  dry cover  monitoring  pit  soil barrier  waste rock  Whistle 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Closure Planning and Implementation at CVRD Inco’s Whistle Mine, Ontario, Canada
      Ayres, B., Lanteigne, L., Smith, Q. and O'Kane, M.

  12. Schwenger, R. Environmental Management of Closed Sites in Xstrata Zinc Canada. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  Brunswick  closure  Errington  Geco  Heath Steele  management  Matagami  Mattabi  Normetal  reclamation  regulation  risk  Stratmat  Willroy 


  13. Stockwell, J., Rollo, A. and Mackin, J. General Challenges with Estimating Mine Drainage Chemistry. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  drainage chemistry  geology  hydrology  kinetic test  mine components  monitoring  PAG  prediction 


  14. Fitzgerald, D. and Nicholson, R. Environmental Management Criteria for Selenium and Molybdenum: A Review Relevant to the Mining Industry. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  Brenda Mine  climate change  drainage chemistry  geology  molybdenum  neutral pH  receiving environment  regulation  risk assessment  selenium  toxicity 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Wild Ruminant Study at Brenda Mines
      Taylor, M.E. and McKee, P.

  15. Sherriff, B. Arsenic Mobility from Arsenopyrite-rich Gold Mine Waste, Snow Lake, Manitoba. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  arsenic  dry cover  hydrology  mineralogy  receiving environment  Snow Lake 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Arsenic Mobility in Alteration Products of Sulphide-rich, Arsenopyrite-bearing Mine Wastes, Snow Lake, Manitoba, Canada.
      Salzsauler, K.A., Sidenko, N.V. and Sherriff, B.L.
    2. Arsenic Mobility from Arsenopyrite-rich Gold Mine Waste, Snow Lake,Manitoba, Canada
      Simpson, S., Salzsauler, K., Sherriff, B., Sidenko, N. and Van Gulck, J.

  16. Davé, N. Basic Understanding of Water Covers and Applications. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  Denison  impoundment  natural lake  Panel  Quirke  Stanleigh  underwater 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Performance of Shallow Water Covers on Pyritic Uranium Tailings
      Ludgate, I., Coggan, A. and Davé, N.
    2. On Land or Underwater Disposal of Mine Waste
      Davé, N.

  17. Ramsey, D. Considerations for the Environmental Permitting of Tailings Disposal in a Fish Bearing Lake – The Bucko Lake Experience. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  backfill  Bucko Lake  natural lake  options analysis  predevelopment  receiving environment  regulation  tailings  underground  underwater 


  18. Keller, P. Community Consultation – Challenges and Successes. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  Bucko Lake  community  stakeholder 


  19. Nahir, M. Faro Mine Rehabilitation Project. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  closure  diversion  drainage treatment  dry cover  Faro  financial security  option analysis  pit  tailings  waste rock  water management 


  20. Bienvenu, L. Recent Closure Technologies in Quebec for Acid Generating Sites. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  Albert  closure  cost  dry cover  East Sullivan  exploration  GCL  geomembrane  Goldex  lime  Lorraine  Manitou  organic cover  Poirier  Quebec  regulation  Solbec  Somex  tailings cover  underwater 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. Manitou-Goldex Project: An MRNF Agnico-Eagle Mines Partnership
      Cyr, J.
    2. News Release: Fonds Restor-Action Nunavik

  21. Hamblin, C. The Ongoing Rehabilitation of Ontario’s Kam Kotia Mine: An Abandoned Acid Generating Tailings Site. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  abandoned  batch Na0H  cost  GCL  geotube  Kam Kotia  lime treatment  receiving environment  saturated cover  soil barrier  solid residue  spill  tailings  underwater  wind-erosion 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. The Continuing Rehabilitation of the Kam Kotia Mine Site: An Acid Generating Abandoned Tailings Site
      Hamblin, C.

  22. Shea, J. The 1B Hydraulic System (CBDC). MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  Cape Breton  discharge  flooded underground  hydrology  NP  water management 

    Supporting Documents:

    1. The 1B Hydraulic System
      Shea, J.

  23. Mortazavi, S. Application of Membrane Separation Technology to Mining Processes. MEND Manitoba Workshop. June 4-5, 2008.

    KEYWORDS:  active treatment  ASARCO  Bingham Canyon  cost  maintenance  membrane