Mine Decommissioning

Evaluating. Designing. Utilising.

Part of the decommissioning process of a mine is to consider the landscape design and usage after the extraction of a deposit. The design of the landscape must ensure long-term safety, a low maintenance and sustainable use after completion of the mining process. Planning must take geotechnical, hydrogeological and landscaping factors into consideration. Based on this we can develop a complex and unique redevelopment plan for you.

Tasks

  • Planning the design of the post-mining landscape
  • Ensuring long-term stability
  • Calculation of groundwater resurgence and development of flooding concepts
  • Pre-determining water quality during and after the completion of the flooding process in the mine cavities

Our Services

  • Conducting stability tests
  • Groundwater modelling to forecast groundwater resurgence and developing water quality
  • Technical planning for the final design of the land used
  • Accompanying licensing procedures (final business plans) and water law licensing procedures
  • Infrastructure re-utilisation planning
  • Analysis of the determination of mine damage for the assessment of risks in historical mining locations
  • General monitoring

Your Benefits

  • Expert assistance provision
  • Planning safety and risk management
  • Legal and cost security
  • High quality and reliable planning bases
  • Years of experience and local knowledge for the successful and sustainable design of the post-mining landscape
  • Regional networking
  • Interdisciplinary services from a one provider

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