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2013. 1. 14. REHABILITATION OF PITS AND QUARRIES Aggregate extraction is an interim land use. Once aggregate is extracted from a pit or quarry, the site is rehabilitated into productive wildlife habitats, wetlands, golf courses, recreational parks, urban uses, conservation lands, forestry or agricultural lands. About Aggregates #3
A quarry is a surface mining operated place, which produces enormous quantities of gravel, limestone, and other materials for industrial and construction applications.
2016. 12. 6. The rehabilitation of pits and quarries is an important component of the Aggregate Resources Act. • There are some excellent examples of rehabilitation that is being done at pit and quarry sites, and the operators of those sites are to be commended for their efforts. • We also recognize there is room for improvement.
2013. 8. 7. The Rehabilitation of Mines and Quarries There is no doubt that mining activity can leave a permanent scar on landscapes and ecosystems. However, most mining activity that changes an ecosystem affords the opportunity to restore a useable habitat when the mining or quarrying is finished.
Quarries and pits are a temporary land use. When aggregate extraction is completed in each section of a pit or quarry, the site is rehabilitated for one of a wide range of end uses: wildlife habitats, wetlands, recreational parks, forestry or agricultural lands.
2015. 10. 27. In a global trend aiming at sustainable development,quarry rehabilitation is considered a pioneering stepping stone towards the fulfillment of the social, ecological and economic requirements in view of the increased demand on natural resources
2020. 5. 6. designed and progressive quarry rehabilitation/restoration plan that is linked to the mining plan of the site, and which can contribute to bringing significant environmental and social benefits to the environment around operations. Even though creating new habitats through rehabilitation
Quarry rehabilitation: a case study Transactions of the Wessex . Quarry rehabilitation: a case study. ,natural colonisation of disused limestone quarries is slow. The time scales involved in the creation of new commu »More detailed
2015. 4. 29. quarry is a function of a number of factors, the interplay of which will vary from quarry to quarry. In general quarries may require from one year upwards to complete rehabilitation. Rehabilitation plans that require more than five years to complete post closure may however not be economically viable and are therefore
2018. 5. 30. Mining, Rehabilitation and Environmental Management Plan for the Carwell Creek Quarry, Kandos Volume 2 On behalf of: Australian Cement Limited KANDOS N.S.W. 2848 Telephone: (063) 79 4007 Facsimile: (063) 79 4029 Prepared by. R. W. Corkery & Co. Pty Limited