Mine closure has become one of the most challenging issues facing mining companies, communities and governments. For mining companies, there may be safety, environmental and social risks, and significant financial provision will be required to manage and address these risks. How well these closures are handled has the potential to influence the community and regulators.
Therefore, the industry has a responsibility to leave a sustainable environmental and social legacy after a mine has closed. Planning, designing and implementing closure in consultation with relevant stakeholders to address safety, environmental and social aspects, while making sufficient financial provision to address these, is required in order to achieve this.
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