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Amenity reclamation of mineral workings
Land Use Consultants.
At head of title: Department of the Environment.
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Reclamation generally calls for direct action by the public sector, while the prevention of further dereliction from mineral and other activities is achieved by conditions imposed on planning consents given to land owners and private companies . (3) reclamation can focus on low cost feedstocks, as identified by American Mineral Reclamation, that can serve as bases for production of multiple strategic and .
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Abstract Reviews the extent and nature of the information and guidance available on the reclamation of mineral workings to amenity after-uses, and provides guidance on planning controls, restoration techniques and short and long term management requirements to achieve satisfactory standards of reclamation.
Book: Amenity reclamation Amenity reclamation of mineral workings book mineral workings: main report; The use of land for amenity purposes: a summary of requirements.
pppp. + app.; pp. + app. Abstract: Over the last few years there has been a change of government policy in the UK uk Subject Category: Geographic Entities. Buy Amenity Reclamation of Mineral Workings First edition by Great Britain: Department of the Environment (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Abstract The purpose of this two year research contract was first to review the extent and nature of the information and guidance available on the reclamation of mineral workings to amenity after-uses and second, within one document, to provide guidance on planning controls, restoration techniques and short and long term management requirements to achieve satisfactory.
The mineral planning authority is the county council (in 2-tier parts of the country), the unitary authority, or the national park authority. Minerals extraction may only take place if the. mineral operators and by development control monitoring and enforcement by local authorities, in achieving successful site reclamation; • advises on financial provision in relation to securing restoration of mineral workings; • contains more detailed advice, in Annexes, on soils, reclamation, aftercare and after-use.
Backfilling At sites where ore has been extracted by open-cast mining, backfilling has been used often to realize morphological recovery. Backfilling is the process of completely, partly, or. Minerals, Waste and Reclamation. Both mineral working and waste disposal operations can have a very big impact on the environment.
in a hole which the workings have created. How it will be put into practice. By: Deciding planning applications and enforcing planning conditions. Minerals Planning Guidance Notes (MPGs) were statements of the British government’s policy on minerals and planning issues and provide advice and guidance to local authorities and the minerals industry on policies and the operation of the planning system with regard to minerals.
Under the provisions of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Actthey were gradually. The New York State Oil, Gas and Mineral Resources Annual Report (PDF) provides an overview of the mining industry and mined land reclamation in NY, including mine types and permits, geographic occurrence, owner types, trends, acreage statistics, reclamation, financial security, and enforcement.
It also provides an overview of the oil and gas industry in NY. Some reclamation may make use of flooded pits to construct reservoirs, water recreation and amenity areas. It is held by many reclamation scientists that the selection of objectives can be made more rational and cost-effective if a classification of disturbed land types is produced showing their compatibility with reclamation objectives.
Exclusion Certificate. Exclusion certificates are required for mining activity that removes less than 5, cubic yards and affects less than one acre of land within a month period.
Operating Permits are required for mining activities above these thresholds. The Exclusion Certificate program was established by the Oregon Legislature inand is in statute as ORS planning policies (including for minerals) and a revised Mineral Planning Statement on reclamation of sites.
Regional and local planning policies and site allocations should support habitat creation on mineral sites. Minerals planning guidance 7: Reclamation of mineral workings is no longer fit for purpose and must be reviewed by.
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Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Landscapes designed or used for public amenity and recreation such as public parks, public gardens, public walks, public resorts, country parks; Large scale planned landscapes such as forests, industrial or mineral workings reclamation schemes, transport routes, new towns, riversides and coasts.
The reclamation for the surface effects of coal mining activities (including underground operations) on public and private lands in the US is based on the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) of (Micsak, ). This principle law (i.e., SMCRA/PL ) defines the federal standards for the reclamation of surface mine sites Cited by:.
There may be opportunities for restoration of mineral workings to provide water based amenity and conservation benefits, although these are limited within the National Park. The Environmental Protection Actthe Water Resources Act and the Water Industry Act provide an important degree of protection.This subpart would replace and combine existing subparts,and It would contain the regulatory provisions common to both sales and free use of mineral materials, including definitions, limits on disposal of mineral materials, mining and reclamation plans, reclamation and removal of improvements, and unauthorized use.The fully revised third edition of this unique and comprehensive overview of the science and technology of the bottled waters industry contains brand new chapters which address these new developments.
As well as an updated introductory chapter reviewing the market, the degree to which the global legislative and regulatory picture has changed is examined, and new and .