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Pebble Mine Facts - Alaska Trekking

2007-6-6  Known as the Pebble Mine or Pebble Creek Mine proposal, the claim encompasses two adjacent areas - Pebble West and Pebble East Pebble West would be the largest open pit mine in North America, with an additional large underground block caving mine at Pebble East The proposed pit would be about 2 miles wide, and a couple thousand feet deep

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Pebble Mine : Objective Scientific Information from

2019-3-4  About Pebble (Mine) Science This site promotes sharing of objective scientific information on proposed copper mining in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Mining in this region is controversial because mining can cause significant adverse impacts to water quality and fisheries and 51% of the world's sockeye salmon originates from Bristol Bay.

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Pebble Mine Pros and Cons APECSEC.org

2014-4-14  The 5 Cons of Pebble Mining. 1. Can Damage the Surrounding or Environment: Like other kind of mining pebble mining can damage the surrounding or

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Get the facts — Save Bristol Bay

2013: The final Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment was released. Its findings were clear: it is not likely that any mine the size, type and location of Pebble can operate in Bristol Bay without harming salmon. 2013: Anglo American, a major investor in the Pebble mine,

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THE PEBBLE PROJECT

2020-7-9  mining at the Pebble Project is subject to a large number of risks and will require achievement of a number of technical, economic and legal objectives, including obtaining necessary mining and construction permits, approvals, licenses and title on a timely basis and delays due to third party opposition, changes in government policies

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Alaska’s Bristol Bay The Pebble Mine Earthjustice

2020-11-30  As proposed, the Pebble Mine project entailed mining a pit over a mile long, a mile wide and 200 meters deep, destroying nearly 3,500 acres of wetlands, lakes,

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Save Bristol Bay

A majority of Alaskan residents, including 80% of the Bristol Bay region, and hundreds of businesses oppose the Pebble mine, an open-pit mining proposal that will endanger the world’s greatest salmon watershed. Alaskans and millions of Americans have spoken. The facts

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The Pebble Partnership

Pebble Limited Partnership 3201 C Street, Suite 505 Anchorage AK 99503. Phone: (907) 339-2600 Fax: (907) 339-2601 [email protected] Legal Notice

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Are Tailings Toxic? - Pebble Partnership

Most of the mined rock will be inert. But about 12% will be pyritic, which can create acidic conditions if exposed to air and water. Tailings aren’t “toxic.”. They are a natural byproduct to be kept in a lined facility and returned to the pit at closure.

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Pebbled: EPA 'just didn't have time' to actually go to ...

So, let me tell you all you need to think about. After EPA did their veto, Pebble, a mining company, and a small one, sued a federal agency (EPA) with a budget bigger than eight of our United States, more than 50 times more lawyers on their staff than Pebble had

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Everything You Need To Know About The Pebble

2014-7-21  Q. What is the mining company doing about this? Suing the EPA! The Pebble Limited Partnership, joined by the State of Alaska, has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for Alaska to try to stop EPA’s public process midcourse and prevent the agency

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Myths and Facts About Pebble Mine And The EPA's

2015-11-6  Pebble wants to prolong the life of its all but dead mining scheme in the hope that it can turn its shareholders' virtually worthless shares into something valuable enough to sell - and salvage ...

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REFILE-FACTBOX-Five facts on Pebble mining project

2011-9-9  Alaska's massive Pebble copper-gold deposit is getting closer to the permitting phase, ... REFILE-FACTBOX-Five facts on Pebble mining project in Alaska. By Reuters Staff. 2 Min Read

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THE PEBBLE PROJECT

2020-7-9  mining at the Pebble Project is subject to a large number of risks and will require achievement of a number of technical, economic and legal objectives, including obtaining necessary mining and construction permits, approvals, licenses and title on a timely basis and delays due to third party opposition, changes in government policies ...

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Report on EPA review of Pebble Mine lacks basis in

2021-6-4  Yesterday, The Cohen Group, which the Pebble Limited Partnership (PLP) and its supporters are lauding as an independent review firm, released a report that sharply criticized as unfair the EPA's process which led to a preliminary ruling that, if

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Alaskan Representatives Say More Dumb Things

2021-4-2  As we all remain waiting, hopeful that the EPA will choose to exercise its well established power to veto large-scale open-pit mining in the Bristol Bay region, Alaskan representatives continue to spout nonsense in regards to the Pebble Mine project. Senator Lisa Murkowski, who recently received some accolades for urging Pebble

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Save Bristol Bay

A majority of Alaskan residents, including 80% of the Bristol Bay region, and hundreds of businesses oppose the Pebble mine, an open-pit mining proposal that will endanger the world’s greatest salmon watershed. Alaskans and millions of Americans have spoken. The facts are clear.

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House Doubles Down on Pebble Mine NRDC

2020-11-25  From the private discussions revealed by the “Pebble Tapes,” it seems as though Pebble was dealing with two sets of facts, one to lure potential investors to the Pebble project and one to ...

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Pebble Mine CEO: “No One Gives a Rat’s Ass” About

2019-3-12  Pebble Mine CEO: “No One Gives a Rat’s Ass” About Alaska. Pebble CEO Tom Collier fails to mention immovable Alaskan opposition and his own multi-million dollar bonus if Canadian-owned mining ...

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History of Mulberry - Greater Mulberry Chamber of

Removing this "overburden," and mining the phosphate layer proved far less expensive than mining river pebble phosphate or the "hard rock" phosphate in north Florida. Mining in Bone Valley began in 1890. A railroad, originally built to transport the lumber and turpentine produced in the region, ran through the heart of Bone Valley.

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Everything You Need To Know About The Pebble

2014-7-21  Q. What is the mining company doing about this? Suing the EPA! The Pebble Limited Partnership, joined by the State of Alaska, has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for Alaska to try to stop EPA’s public process midcourse and prevent the agency

Read More
Myths and Facts About Pebble Mine And The EPA's

2015-11-6  Pebble wants to prolong the life of its all but dead mining scheme in the hope that it can turn its shareholders' virtually worthless shares into something valuable enough to sell - and salvage ...

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Pebble Mine Pros and Cons APECSEC.org

2014-4-14  Pebble mining pits made by the operations gather waters which become stagnant pools. These make ideal breeding areas of mosquitoes which can bring illness to folks living nearby. The mud, the earth and ricks which are displayed through mining

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

Back to Mining. Project Description. 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.

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Protect Bristol Bay from Pebble Mine Alaska

2019-2-20  Pebble Mine is proposed to be built in the headwaters of Bristol Bay, Alaska. Bristol Bay’s world-renowned sockeye salmon fishery is valued at over $1.5 billion, supports over 14,000 jobs, and sustains more than 30 regional Alaska Native Tribes. The proposed Pebble Mine

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Alaskan Representatives Say More Dumb Things

2021-4-2  As we all remain waiting, hopeful that the EPA will choose to exercise its well established power to veto large-scale open-pit mining in the Bristol Bay region, Alaskan representatives continue to spout nonsense in regards to the Pebble Mine project. Senator Lisa Murkowski, who recently received some accolades for urging Pebble

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House Doubles Down on Pebble Mine NRDC

2020-11-25  From the private discussions revealed by the “Pebble Tapes,” it seems as though Pebble was dealing with two sets of facts, one to lure potential investors to the Pebble project and one to ...

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Save Bristol Bay

A majority of Alaskan residents, including 80% of the Bristol Bay region, and hundreds of businesses oppose the Pebble mine, an open-pit mining proposal that will endanger the world’s greatest salmon watershed. Alaskans and millions of Americans have spoken. The facts are clear.

Read More
Pebble Mine CEO: “No One Gives a Rat’s Ass” About

2019-3-12  Pebble Mine CEO: “No One Gives a Rat’s Ass” About Alaska. Pebble CEO Tom Collier fails to mention immovable Alaskan opposition and his own multi-million dollar bonus if Canadian-owned mining ...

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10 Most Deadly Rocks and Minerals - Listverse

2013-3-7  This list details the ten most toxic and potentially deadly minerals that crystalize in the Earth’s rocks, presenting a dangerously deceptive array of stony beauty. These rocks don’t have to be thrown to hurt you. 10. Coloradoite. Coloradoite is a

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