ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING AT NAVAN CHELOPECH AD AND BIMAK AD, COMPANIES INVOLVED IN MINING AND PROCESSING OF GOLD-COPPER ORES
1st International Scientific Conference - SGEM2001, www.sgem.org, SGEM2001 Conference Proceedings/ ISBN: 954-918181-2, June 3-9, 2001, 353- 370pp
Mining and processing of natural resources is definitely exerting adverse impact upon the
waters, soil and free air in the production areas. The hydraulic facilities for settling and
decanting of metallurgical tailings, waste rock stockpiles, subsidences and polluted rain waters
represent the agents of negative influence. Regretfully, the requisite measures aimed at the
surface and sub-surface environment protection are behind time.
The after-effect from mining activities will be reminiscent of the wounded nature long
after the closure of the mines.
For years the financial funds have been allocated to the development of mining and
mineral processing, with the environmental problems, requiring significant investments and
bringing no profit, being left behind.
The present report highlights the key issues incorporated in the Environmental
Management and Monitoring Policy implemented by Navan Chelopech AD and Bimak AD.
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