Ontario’s Green Miners Handle Broad Palate of Environmental Issues
This article was provided by the Ontario Mining Association (OMA), an organization that was established in 1920 to represent the mining industry of the province.
The Ontario Mining Association Environment Committee has representatives from most member companies, who possess a wide spectrum of specialties and tackle a broad palate of issues and concerns. Under the leadership of Committee Chair Nancy Duquet-Harvey of Northgate Minerals, about 30 of the green miners met recently in Timmins. The group had an extremely full agenda in the session, which followed the second Ontario Mine Reclamation Symposium and Field Trip….more at Republic of Mining