BC Environmental Assessment Office Documents
June 2016 Letter from Diane Howe, Deputy Chief Insp. of Mines supporting MPMC's Application to Amend E.A.Certificate
How to Start an Appeal under the Environmental Management Act
Please see the Environmental Appeal Board Guide.
This guide gives you the requirements for launching an EMA Appeal. This appeal process is for a person directly aggrieved by a potential breach of the EMA.
The requirements are relatively simple and it the inital cost is $25.
MPMC Technical Assessment Reports- TAR
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Appendix A- Table of Concordance
Appendix B- Operations and Closure Mount Polley Mine Water balance
Appendix C- Derivation of Geochemical Source Terms Mount Polley Mine SRK, you can find the subject of metal leaching in this section.
Appendix D- Water Quality Modelling Report, Attachment A provides information on hydrology
Appendix E- Proposed Water Treatment Plan for Operations Phase Water Management, General Operations can be found here
Appendix F- Closure Water Treatment Plan, conceptual Design, Mine Closure details here
Appendix G- Options Analysis for Long term Water Management Plan
Appendix H- Dilution Performance Reveille of As-Built Temporary Diffuser in Quesnel Lake, You will find a discharge dispersion model here.
Appendix I- Bootjack Lake Hydrodynamic Modelling
Appendix J- Long Term Far Field Diffuser Modelling, The hydrodynamic model of Quesnel Lake can be found here.
Appendix K- Best Available Technology Assessment of Closure of Water Treatment
Appendix L- Development of a Molybdenum Screening Value for the Impact Assessment
Appendix M- Selenium Management Plan
BC Ministry of Mines Documents
Chief Inspector of Mines Annual Report
BC Ministry of Environment Documents
MOE Inspection Reports
Mount Polley Mine Documents
Pages 61 to 66 and 104 to 105 (Public Comment Tracking)are only readable at 400% and are also incomplete
MPMC Monitoring Reports