Restoring the natural environment after mining activity is the most important sequence of a mine operation.
The key rehabilitation objective is the restoration of land area to its pre-mining condition, and is regenerated for sustainable use by Traditional/Private Owners and as habitat for indigenous flora and fauna.
Mine Site Construction Services (Mine Site) aim to assist clients in undertaking meaningful progressive rehabilitation activities throughout all phases of the mining operation, as and where it is possible to do so. Our integrative approach encourages the ongoing development, testing, and the overall improvement to rehabilitation methods, an approach, we have
found, that results in an optimum rehabilitation outcome, and often a significant saving in time and resources for the client in the post-mining phase.
Mine Site acknowledge that in establishing and executing rehabilitation programs, there are many factors that require careful consideration through holistic planning, management and research.
- TSF reclamation and backfill
- Landform Restoration to pasture
- Landform contouring to design
- Revegetation to Native status
- Infrastructure removal and disposal
- Construction of Native inland water bodies
- Topsoil stripping and storage
- Overburden backfill