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The application of ecological engineering for close-out at Buchans
Boojum Research Limited.
Report examines the use of ecological engineering at the Buchans mine. The processes employed to assist in rehabilitation continued to be successful, as such Boojum Research was asked to expand their test area to include the Lucky Strike Drainage Tunnel.
|Statement||for ASARCO Incorporated Buchans Unit and Abitibi-Price Incorporated prepared by Boojum Research Limited|
|Series||Boojum Research reports -- AB029., Boojum Research Technical reports, Boojum Research Technical reports|
|Contributions||Abitibi-Price Inc., ASARCO Inc. Buchans Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x,  l.|
|Number of Pages||495|
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THE APPLICATION OF ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING FOR CLOSE-OUT AT BUCHANS FINAL REPORT Prepared for Mr. George Neary Joint Venture Group at Buchans NFLD. ASARCO INC. - Abitibi-Price Inc. By: Margarete Kalin December I Queen St. East, Ste.Toronto, Ont. M5A 1T7 () Fax () Admin Office, Pickwick Dr., Mississauga Ontario L5V 1V7, CAN Phone: (CAN) – (EUR) Email: @ Buchans Ecological Engineering Treatment Assessment Long-term performance evaluation and Site Visit Report ()Author: Margarete Kalin.
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