Public Comments Invited on Critical Elements' Rose Mining Project
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is making available $30,600 to support public participation in the federal environmental assessment of Critical Elements Corporation's (CRE.V) Rose Mining Project in Quebec.
This funding will support participation in upcoming steps of the environmental assessment such as consultation related to the Environmental Impact Statement and consultation on the draft Environmental Assessment Report, the agency said in a statement.
Critical Elements is proposing the construction, operation and decommissioning of an open pit tantalum and lithium mine located north of Nemiscau, Quebec. As proposed, the project includes the operation of an open pit, possibly followed by underground mining, waste and tailings impoundment area, an industrial ore processing facility and the option of transforming concentrate off-site. The mine would produce about 4,500 tonnes of ore per day over a 17-year life span.
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