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  • ERA - Environment
    Energy Resources of Australia s operations are located in a highly sensitive area recognised internationally for unique ecosystems and biodiversity significant environmental and cultural heritage values and with a long tradition of human habitation Our product uranium oxide plays a key role in meeting global energy needs with very low greenhouse gas emissions In meeting future demand for uranium supply ERA works towards safety leadership environmental protection and strong and

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  • ERA - Environment
    Energy Resources of Australia s operations are located in a highly sensitive area recognised internationally for unique ecosystems and biodiversity significant environmental and cultural heritage values and with a long tradition of human habitation Our product uranium oxide plays a key role in meeting global energy needs with very low greenhouse gas emissions In meeting future demand for uranium supply ERA works towards safety leadership environmental protection and strong and

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  • ERA - Progressive rehabilitation
    Careers Vacancies Indigenous employment Diversity Our approach Vision Social Economic Environment Progressive rehabilitation Waste management Biodiversity Policy Water Traditional Owners Uranium industry Doing business with us Email this page Home Our approach Environment Progressive rehabilitation Progressive rehabilitation ERA has produced an animated depiction of its plans to progressively rehabilitate the Ranger Project Area to a condition that would eventually allow it to be incorporated into Kakadu National Park The rehabilitation animation shows the methodology and practices ERA plans to undertake to backfill pits and ponds treat the inventory of process water on site using the Brine Concentrator facility remove all structures and rehabilitate the site to create and revegetate the final landform ERA has completed extensive work on planning for the eventual closure of the Ranger Project Area In 2012 ERA significantly progressed a complex Integrated Tailings Water and Closure Prefeasibility Study to provide greater certainty on the work required the schedule of works and the costs to close and rehabilitate the Ranger Project Area in accordance with statutory requirements These efforts will help to ensure that ERA and stakeholders have a strong understanding of what is required to successfully rehabilitate the area and underlines ERA s commitment to effective

    Original URL path: http://www.energyres.com.au/ourapproach/2319_progressive_rehabilitation.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • ERA - Waste management
    governance Shareholder information Share price tools Market information Financial calendar Media Media releases Reports and publications Presentations Fact sheets Media contact Careers Vacancies Indigenous employment Diversity Our approach Vision Social Economic Environment Progressive rehabilitation Waste management Biodiversity Policy Water Traditional Owners Uranium industry Doing business with us Email this page Home Our approach Environment Waste management Waste management Waste management is an integral component of Energy Resources of Australia Ltd s ERA operations ERA is collaborating with the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation to investigate options for managing contaminated hydrocarbon wastes These wastes include used engine oils and other lubricants associated with operation and maintenance of machinery in contact with uranium ore such as mine haul trucks and open gear boxes in the processing plant Contaminated plant waste hydrocarbons cannot currently be moved off site and are stored in steel drums in a secure facility on site The work with Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation involved a review of the levels of contamination in the wastes which found that approximately half of the waste can be safely treated off site by conventional waste oil management processes Latest media releases 28 January 2016 ERA announces full year results for

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  • ERA - Biodiversity
    Economic Environment Progressive rehabilitation Waste management Biodiversity Policy Water Traditional Owners Uranium industry Doing business with us Email this page Home Our approach Environment Biodiversity Biodiversity Energy Resources of Australia Ltd s ERA Biodiversity Action Plan includes surveys of threatened species on the Ranger and Jabiluka leases weed management programmes and environmental burning programmes In 2011 ERA developed detailed rolling five year management plans for weed management fire management and revegetation management These longer term plans direct the work required on an annual basis and help ensure that day to day operationalactivities are carried in line with long term goals Weeds Since 2003 annual fine scale weed mapping has been undertaken on the Ranger Project Area and Jabiluka Mineral Lease to improve on ground weed management and to record long term changes Weeds come into the Kakadu National Park and the Ranger Project Area primarily via roads and creeks from surrounding areas Thirteen Weed Management Areas were surveyed in 2013 Eight of the surveyed areas had an increase in weed area since they were last surveyed while four had a decrease in weed area and one area remained weed free The survey recorded 38 introduced plant species on the Ranger

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  • ERA - Policy
    Progressive rehabilitation Waste management Biodiversity Policy Water Traditional Owners Uranium industry Doing business with us Email this page Home Our approach Environment Policy Policy Energy Resources of Australia Ltd s ERA access to future resources such as land water and skilled employees is directly linked to how well we manage environmental issues and work with local communities Throughout the life of a mine we develop a range of environmental plans

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  • ERA - Water
    water ERA s Environment Safety and Health Management System encompasses all aspects of water capture storage supply distribution use and disposal at Ranger mine ERA s Water Management Plan directs the management of water on site The Water Management Plan is updated each year and approved by key stakeholders In recent years ERA has successfully completed a range of water management projects including installation of additional ground water monitoring bores and continuous real time water quality monitoring stations surface water and seepage interception trenches around stockpiles lifts of the Tailings Storage Facility clay core and the installation of over 7 000 prefabricated vertical drains wicks across the Pit 1 tailings area In 2013 ERA completed further significant water management infrastructure projects including the construction of a 220 million Brine Concentrator in September the commissioning of the new one gigalitre capacity Retention Pond 6 in January and the commissioning of the new process water contingency transfer pumping system between the Tailings Storage Facility and Pit 3 Brine concentrators use thermal energy to evaporate water which is subsequently condensed and discharged as clean distilled water This proven technology is scientifically and environmentally sound and will provide ERA with effective treatment means to reduce the process water inventory and to manage the impacts of future heavy rainfall events In March 2013 ERA and the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation representing the Mirarr Traditional Owners released the findings and 15 recommendations of the Independent Surface Water Working Group ISWWG The ISWWG was established in May 2012 to review surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger mine The outcome of the report and the consensus agreed to between the parties delivered a watershed agreement and helped improve relations between the Mirarr Traditional Owners and ERA Click here to view Volume 1 of the report Click

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  • ERA - Water
    water ERA s Environment Safety and Health Management System encompasses all aspects of water capture storage supply distribution use and disposal at Ranger mine ERA s Water Management Plan directs the management of water on site The Water Management Plan is updated each year and approved by key stakeholders In recent years ERA has successfully completed a range of water management projects including installation of additional ground water monitoring bores and continuous real time water quality monitoring stations surface water and seepage interception trenches around stockpiles lifts of the Tailings Storage Facility clay core and the installation of over 7 000 prefabricated vertical drains wicks across the Pit 1 tailings area In 2013 ERA completed further significant water management infrastructure projects including the construction of a 220 million Brine Concentrator in September the commissioning of the new one gigalitre capacity Retention Pond 6 in January and the commissioning of the new process water contingency transfer pumping system between the Tailings Storage Facility and Pit 3 Brine concentrators use thermal energy to evaporate water which is subsequently condensed and discharged as clean distilled water This proven technology is scientifically and environmentally sound and will provide ERA with effective treatment means to reduce the process water inventory and to manage the impacts of future heavy rainfall events In March 2013 ERA and the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation representing the Mirarr Traditional Owners released the findings and 15 recommendations of the Independent Surface Water Working Group ISWWG The ISWWG was established in May 2012 to review surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger mine The outcome of the report and the consensus agreed to between the parties delivered a watershed agreement and helped improve relations between the Mirarr Traditional Owners and ERA Click here to view Volume 1 of the report Click

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