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Crushing Alaska's Pebble Mine | NRDC

Exploratory drilling at Pebble Mine first came about in 2002, when Northern Dynasty Minerals, a small Canadian company, proposed the project on 186 square miles of Alaska state land for which it ...

Pebble Mine | American Fisheries Society

Jun 14, 2019· The best available science must be considered in all levels of environmental review and permitting for Pebble Mine, a project whose potential scope is so vast that would forever alter the watershed and the fisheries resources that rely on it, including the extraordinarily prolific, sustainable, all-wild Bristol Bay salmon fisheries.

Major Mines & Projects | Pebble Project

The proposed Pebble Mine will be a conventional drill, blast, truck, and shovel operation with a mining rate peaking at 90 million tons per year and an overall stripping ratio of 0.1 ton of waste per ton of mineralized material. The open pit will be developed in stages, with each stage expanding the area and deepening the previous stage.

2018 Pebble Mine Update | 2019 Pebble Mine Status

Oct 27, 2018· For over ten years, the battle between sportsmen and the Pebble Mine project, a proposal for the world's largest open-pit mine intended for the headwaters of Bristol Bay, has been underway. Many thought the project had been defeated in 2014, but make no mistake, Pebble Mine …

Pebble Mine CEO: "No One Gives a Rat's Ass" About Alaska

Mar 12, 2019· Pebble CEO Tom Collier fails to mention immovable Alaskan opposition and his own multi-million dollar bonus if Canadian-owned mining project gets quick federal permit. Displaying an …

Pebble Mine Explained

Pebble Mine is the common name of a mineral exploration project investigating a very large porphyry copper, gold, and molybdenum mineral deposit in the Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska, near Lake Iliamna and Lake Clark.The proposal to mine the ore deposit using large-scale operations and infrastructure is controversial. Proponents argue that the mine will create jobs, provide tax revenue ...

The Pebble Project

The Pebble Project. Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) is proposing to develop the Pebble copper-­gold­-molybdenum porphyry deposit (Pebble Deposit) in southwest Alaska as an open-pit mine, with associated infrastructure.

Position on the Pebble Mine Project · National Parks ...

NPCA submitted the following position to members of the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee on Water Resources & Environment ahead of a hearing scheduled for October 23, 2019. The long-proposed Pebble Mine project sits …

History and Location | Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd.

The Pebble Project is located approximately 200 miles southwest of Anchorage in the Bristol Bay region. The deposit lies entirely within the Lake and Peninsula Borough, approximately 23,782 square miles of land which is home to some 1,500 people in 18 communities.

Save Bristol Bay

Save Bristol Bay is an effort to protect Bristol Bay from the Pebble Mine and future mining proposals that threaten this pristine wilderness.

Pebble Mine (Copper/Gold Prospect) - Ground Truth Trekking

The proposed Pebble Mine is located in Southwest Alaska, on state land near Lake Iliamna and Lake Clark, and is situated atop the largest known gold deposit in the world. If built, the mine would be North America's largest gold and copper mine, potentially producing hundreds of …

Mine Plan - Pebble Watch

Pebble Limited Partnership revealed its project plan for the development of the Pebble mine in December 2017. It made several changes to that plan in May 2018. These are likely not the final changes, as projects tend to change throughout the permitting process.

Pebble Project, Alaska - Mining Technology | Mining News ...

The Pebble Project is located in the Bristol Bay Region in south-west Alaska, approximately 200 miles from Anchorage. It is a green field project based on a copper-gold-molybdenum porphyry deposit, which is considered to be the largest deposit of its kind in the world. The pebble deposit covers a ...

Editorial: An EPA decision reviving Alaska's Pebble Mine ...

Aug 12, 2019· Editorial: An EPA decision reviving Alaska's Pebble Mine endangers Bristol Bay and a vibrant fishing economy ... So it issued rules to severely curtail the potential project.

Maps - Pebble Watch

PDF Map of water bodies in proposed Pebble Mine area; Proposed Pebble project – Google Map of Bristol Bay and Pebble project area; Watershed sub-basins – Focus of EPA Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment; Mining claims in Bristol Bay, as of May 2017; Mining claims in Bristol Bay, as of October 2017 (with Pebble 2017 planned footprint indicated)

Pebble Project EIS

Pebble Limited Partnership (Applicant) proposes to develop the Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum porphyry deposit (Pebble deposit) as an open-pit mine, with associated infrastructure, in southwest Alaska, approximately 17 miles west/northwest of the villages of Iliamna, Newhalen, and Nondalton.

Protect Bristol Bay from Pebble Mine | Alaska Conservation ...

The final EIS is expected to be released in early 2020 and a decision on the project will be announced in mid 2020. Outside the public meetings and public comment periods, you can help protect Bristol Bay from Pebble Mine by voicing your opinion in your community and to your representatives.

Pebble Project – Div. of Mining, Land, and Water

The Pebble Project is a copper-gold-molybdenum porphyry deposit in the advanced exploration stage. The project is located on state land in the Bristol Bay Region of southwest Alaska, approximately 17 miles northwest of the community of Iliamna. Pebble consists of two contiguous deposits.

Bristol Bay | US EPA

(July 2019) EPA is withdrawing its 2014 Proposed Determination issued under section 404(c) of the Clean Water Act (CWA) for the use of the Pebble Deposit Area in Southwest Alaska as a disposal site associated with mining of the deposit. Federal Register Notice of Decision To Withdraw Proposed ...

Canadian Mining Company Exits Pebble Mine Deal In Alaska ...

May 27, 2018· Canadian Mining Company Exits Pebble Mine Deal In Alaska, Leaving Project In Question Opponents of the mine are calling on the state's governor to stop the project. The copper and gold mine would ...

The future of Alaska's Pebble Mine — and its salmon — High ...

Jun 28, 2018· The Pebble Mine project, first proposed by Cominco Limited in the late 1980s, focuses on a deposit containing billions of tons of copper, gold, …

Pebble Project EIS

Pebble Limited Partnership (Applicant) has applied for permits to develop the Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum porphyry deposit (Pebble deposit). The deposit is located under rolling permafrost-free terrain in the Iliamna region of southwest Alaska, approximately 200 miles southwest of Anchorage and 60 miles west of Cook Inlet.

Home | Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd.

The world-class Pebble Project in Alaska is in federal permitting and being advanced toward development by Northern Dynasty. The Pebble Project is the most significant undeveloped copper and gold resource in the world.

Alaska gold mine with $100-billion lode to get lifeline ...

The Trump administration is throwing a lifeline to the massive Pebble Mine planned near Alaska's ... A worker with the Pebble Mine project test drills in Alaska's Bristol Bay region on July 13 ...

EPA's Reversal on Alaska's Pebble Mine a Victory for ...

For more than a decade, the owners of Alaska's Pebble Mine just wanted a shot at going through the permitting phase of the project.But before the mine's owners could even submit a permit ...

Pebble Mine - Wikipedia

Pebble Mine is the common name of a mineral exploration project investigating a very large porphyry copper, gold, and molybdenum mineral deposit in the Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska, near Lake Iliamna and Lake Clark.The proposal to mine the ore deposit using large-scale operations and infrastructure is controversial. Proponents argue that the mine will create jobs, provide tax revenue ...

Save Alaskan Salmon: Say No to Pebble Mine - Waterkeeper ...

Apr 29, 2019· Pebble Mine is a proposed massive open-pit copper and gold mine that would be located in the headwaters of Bristol Bay. The destruction of habitat by the mine, as well as the constant threat of the release of toxic by-products of mining, threaten the salmon fishery and communities that rely on it.

Gold Into Dross: The Importance of Pebble – Mine the ...

Using the Pebble mine as precedent, anti-mining activists are urging the EPA to ignore NEPA and bar mining projects with no review necessary." In the case of Pebble and the other projects, environmentalists are urging EPA to measure environmental impact in a way that suggests each project is a threat. As ARPN has stated: Current law requires ...

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