Molybdenum mine in northern B.C. is a go-ahead
July 24, 2008
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
Klohn Crippen Berger in Vancouver and its client Adanac Molybdenum Corporation have won a permit from British Colum...
Klohn Crippen Berger in Vancouver and its client Adanac Molybdenum Corporation have won a permit from British Columbia for the Ruby Creek Project.
The Ruby Creek Project is a proposed molybdenum mine near Atlin, about 80 kilometres south of the B.C.-Yukon border in a remote mountainous area near Surprise Lake.
Consulting engineers Klohn Crippen Berger are providing environmental, socioeconomic and engineering services for the project. They helped Adanac with the environmental assessment certificate and the B.C. Mines Act Permit.
The works will include an open pit mine with a conventional mill and associated infrastructure. The deposit is expected to provide mill feed at an average rate of 20,000 tonnes per day over a 22 year mine life.