Throughout the mine lifecycle we reclaim land and ecosystems that have been disturbed by our activities to a state that is compatible with traditional uses or provides sustainable benefits to local communities.

While reclamation is the most significant focus after a mine ceases operations, we also conduct concurrent reclamation that involves rehabilitating land while continuing to develop nearby mineral resources. Our concurrent reclamation practices minimize impacts to the environment and help us achieve post-closure reclamation goals in less time.