Arizona’s Rosemont Copper utilizing new technologies for environmental stewardship

Posted on May 11, 2012 by Minerals Make Life

In an op-ed published in the Arizona Daily Star, Rosemont Copper Co., Vice President of Environmental and Regulatory Affairs Kathy Arnold discusses the company’s new standards for environmental stewardship, community leadership and employment—specifically new standards for water conservation and water planning. Utilizing new technologies, Rosemont Copper has developed a plan that uses half the water of conventional mining.

Arnold notes, “Rosemont Copper has proposed an operation that is sustainable, protective of the environment and uses the best technology available to provide 2,100 people with ongoing employment, tax dollars to help support our infrastructure and schools, as well as innumerable additional opportunities to many others. I and the thousands of employees, contractors, consultants and supporters have worked hard to make this project a model for the future.”


Read the full article here.

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