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Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine is spearheading an ambitious project to clean up environmental contamination at historic mine sites in Montana that will save the state and federal taxpayers millions of dollars. Montana’s long history of mining, much of which pre-dates modern mining and environmental regulation, left a collection of improperly closed tailings impoundments and waste-rock piles that require clean-up. With taxpayers on the hook for the costs, Barrick found a creative solution. In particular, while Montana’s historic tailings impoundments and waste-rock piles contain metals that can harm the environment, they also contain gold that can be extracted profitably at today’s prices. Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine offered to re-process and store this material in its modern facilities, obviating the need for taxpayer-funded clean-ups. In addition to the environmental benefits, the project is helping to stimulate the local economy by creating jobs in small businesses that collect and truck the material to the Golden Sunlight mine. These operators must obtain permits to remove the contaminated material and sell it to Barrick. The material is processed at Golden Sunlight’s mill and later stored in the mine’s tailings impoundment, which has more capacity than the mine needs. Since 2010, Golden Sunlight has received approximately 308,000 tons of tailings and paid out approximately $25 million to local businesses that collect and transport the material. At the same time, it has recovered just under 22,000 ounces of gold. During this period, tailings and waste rock have been removed from over 10 historic mines. “It’s a win-win situation,” says David Williams, a geologist with the Bureau of Land Management. “We’re accomplishing many of the same goals that would have cost around $800,000 to $1 million of taxpayer money just to clean up a small site.” To promote responsible management of these historic mines, Golden Sunlight does not process any material from sites found to be in non-conformance with their permits. “If a regulatory agency calls us and says an operator isn’t meeting their permit obligations, we shut them down until the issues are resolved to the agency’s satisfaction,” says Mark Thompson, Environmental Superintendent at Golden Sunlight. “We encourage responsible operators through a very close and transparent relationship with the regulatory community.” Golden Sunlight isn’t just incentivizing other operators to clean up — the mine has reclaimed 1,500 acres, or nearly half of all land disturbed throughout its operations at a cost of roughly $4 million per year. “Our reclamation focuses on water management and wildlife habitat rehabilitation,” he says, adding with a smile, “deer and elk love our reclamation work.” The local community took notice of Barrick’s environmental initiatives and successfully nominated Golden Sunlight for an environmental stewardship award. The Bureau of Land Management’s Hardrock Mineral Environmental Award went to Golden Sunlight at the recent MinEXPO Conference in Las Vegas. “You have those elite companies out there that perform over and above what the norm is and Barrick is one of those companies,” says Tom Harrington of the Jefferson Local Development Corporation. “They’re actually walking the walk and not just talking the talk.” Williams adds that “without community involvement, the project wouldn’t have risen to the top” of the nominee list and eventually won the award. Barrick’s Thompson says Golden Sunlight is excited to be involved with this project. “Economic stimulation, social responsibility, environmental stewardship – the project touches almost all of Barrick’s core values and provides opportunities for the people in the area we operate.”
31 Jan 2013
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Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine is spearheading an ambitious project to clean up environmental contamination at historic mine sites in Montana that will save the state and federal taxpayers millions of dollars. Montana’s long history of mining, much of which pre-dates modern mining and environmental regulation, left a collection of improperly closed tailings impoundments and waste-rock piles that require clean-up. With taxpayers on the hook for the costs, Barrick found a creative solution. In particular, while Montana’s historic tailings impoundments and waste-rock piles contain metals that can harm the environment, they also contain gold that can be extracted profitably at today’s prices. Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine offered to re-process and store this material in its modern facilities, obviating the need for taxpayer-funded clean-ups. In addition to the environmental benefits, the project is helping to stimulate the local economy by creating jobs in small businesses that collect and truck the material to the Golden Sunlight mine. These operators must obtain permits to remove the contaminated material and sell it to Barrick. The material is processed at Golden Sunlight’s mill and later stored in the mine’s tailings impoundment, which has more capacity than the mine needs. Since 2010, Golden Sunlight has received approximately 308,000 tons of tailings and paid out approximately $25 million to local businesses that collect and transport the material. At the same time, it has recovered just under 22,000 ounces of gold. During this period, tailings and waste rock have been removed from over 10 historic mines. “It’s a win-win situation,” says David Williams, a geologist with the Bureau of Land Management. “We’re accomplishing many of the same goals that would have cost around $800,000 to $1 million of taxpayer money just to clean up a small site.” To promote responsible management of these historic mines, Golden Sunlight does not process any material from sites found to be in non-conformance with their permits. “If a regulatory agency calls us and says an operator isn’t meeting their permit obligations, we shut them down until the issues are resolved to the agency’s satisfaction,” says Mark Thompson, Environmental Superintendent at Golden Sunlight. “We encourage responsible operators through a very close and transparent relationship with the regulatory community.” Golden Sunlight isn’t just incentivizing other operators to clean up — the mine has reclaimed 1,500 acres, or nearly half of all land disturbed throughout its operations at a cost of roughly $4 million per year. “Our reclamation focuses on water management and wildlife habitat rehabilitation,” he says, adding with a smile, “deer and elk love our reclamation work.” The local community took notice of Barrick’s environmental initiatives and successfully nominated Golden Sunlight for an environmental stewardship award. The Bureau of Land Management’s Hardrock Mineral Environmental Award went to Golden Sunlight at the recent MinEXPO Conference in Las Vegas. “You have those elite companies out there that perform over and above what the norm is and Barrick is one of those companies,” says Tom Harrington of the Jefferson Local Development Corporation. “They’re actually walking the walk and not just talking the talk.” Williams adds that “without community involvement, the project wouldn’t have risen to the top” of the nominee list and eventually won the award. Barrick’s Thompson says Golden Sunlight is excited to be involved with this project. “Economic stimulation, social responsibility, environmental stewardship – the project touches almost all of Barrick’s core values and provides opportunities for the people in the area we operate.”
31 Jan 2013
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Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine is spearheading an ambitious project to clean up environmental contamination at historic mine sites in Montana that will save the state and federal taxpayers millions of dollars. Montana’s long history of mining, much of which pre-dates modern mining and environmental regulation, left a collection of improperly closed tailings impoundments and waste-rock piles that require clean-up. With taxpayers on the hook for the costs, Barrick found a creative solution. In particular, while Montana’s historic tailings impoundments and waste-rock piles contain metals that can harm the environment, they also contain gold that can be extracted profitably at today’s prices. Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine offered to re-process and store this material in its modern facilities, obviating the need for taxpayer-funded clean-ups. In addition to the environmental benefits, the project is helping to stimulate the local economy by creating jobs in small businesses that collect and truck the material to the Golden Sunlight mine. These operators must obtain permits to remove the contaminated material and sell it to Barrick. The material is processed at Golden Sunlight’s mill and later stored in the mine’s tailings impoundment, which has more capacity than the mine needs. Since 2010, Golden Sunlight has received approximately 308,000 tons of tailings and paid out approximately $25 million to local businesses that collect and transport the material. At the same time, it has recovered just under 22,000 ounces of gold. During this period, tailings and waste rock have been removed from over 10 historic mines. “It’s a win-win situation,” says David Williams, a geologist with the Bureau of Land Management. “We’re accomplishing many of the same goals that would have cost around $800,000 to $1 million of taxpayer money just to clean up a small site.” To promote responsible management of these historic mines, Golden Sunlight does not process any material from sites found to be in non-conformance with their permits. “If a regulatory agency calls us and says an operator isn’t meeting their permit obligations, we shut them down until the issues are resolved to the agency’s satisfaction,” says Mark Thompson, Environmental Superintendent at Golden Sunlight. “We encourage responsible operators through a very close and transparent relationship with the regulatory community.” Golden Sunlight isn’t just incentivizing other operators to clean up — the mine has reclaimed 1,500 acres, or nearly half of all land disturbed throughout its operations at a cost of roughly $4 million per year. “Our reclamation focuses on water management and wildlife habitat rehabilitation,” he says, adding with a smile, “deer and elk love our reclamation work.” The local community took notice of Barrick’s environmental initiatives and successfully nominated Golden Sunlight for an environmental stewardship award. The Bureau of Land Management’s Hardrock Mineral Environmental Award went to Golden Sunlight at the recent MinEXPO Conference in Las Vegas. “You have those elite companies out there that perform over and above what the norm is and Barrick is one of those companies,” says Tom Harrington of the Jefferson Local Development Corporation. “They’re actually walking the walk and not just talking the talk.” Williams adds that “without community involvement, the project wouldn’t have risen to the top” of the nominee list and eventually won the award. Barrick’s Thompson says Golden Sunlight is excited to be involved with this project. “Economic stimulation, social responsibility, environmental stewardship – the project touches almost all of Barrick’s core values and provides opportunities for the people in the area we operate.”
31 Jan 2013
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Three and a half minutes of action from the street course at the first day of live competition at Nike's HB BMX Pro including Garrett Reynolds, Dennis Enarson, Rob Wise, Josh Harrington, Brian Kachinsky, Sean Sexton, and all the others...
1 Apr 2013
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*******mobile-kitchens-nationwide**** Temporary Mobile Kitchens for Emergencies follow the same wellness codes as final dining facilities? Visit us at *******mobile-kitchens-nationwide**** and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator designated in the Mobile Kitchen facility is responsible for the total food service of the whole facility. When renting or renting a temporary facility they have to think about all the food safety attributes first. Temporary Modular Facilities have to provide a staple of food for a minimum of a four-day period and disposable foods for a minimum of a one-day period have to be preserved on the premises. This is a basic requirement for a Temporary Kitchen Facility that we lease or rent to our commercial health care living places. Another requirement is Food needs to be acquired from sources that abide by all laws connecting to food and food labeling. If food, subject to spoilage, is gotten rid of from its initial container, it needs to be kept sealed, and labeled. Food subject to spoilage should likewise be dated. Lots of Kitchen Facility clients will also desire a temporary facility to have a place for handling paper work. Most mobile kitchen rental companies are aware of food service running procedures. Brooklin, Brooksville, Calais, Cherryfield, Columbia Falls, Corea, Cranberry Isles, Cutler, Deer Isle, Dennysville, East Blue Hill, East Machias, Eastport, Frenchboro, Grand Lake Stream, Harborside, Harrington, Hulls Cove, Isle Au Haut, Islesford, Jonesboro, Jonesport, Little Deer Isle, Lubec, Bass Harbor, Machias, Machiasport, Meddybemps, Milbridge, Mount Desert, Northeast Harbor, Perry, Prospect Harbor, Robbinston, Salsbury Cove, Sargentville, Seal Cove, Seal Harbor, Sedgwick, Sorrento, Southwest Harbor, Steuben, Stonington, Sunset, Surry, Swans Island, Wesley, Whiting, Winter Harbor, Baileyville. Mobile Storage Rental Units save supplies like; Plastic containers with tight fitting lids are acceptable for storage of staple foods in the cupboard. Mobile refrigeration devices save potentially hazardous food, such as meat and milk items, should be saved at 45 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Hot food should be kept at 140 degrees Fahrenheit or above throughout preparation and serving. In many of our short-term kitchens we equip them with steam tables. Food that is reheated have to be heated up to a minimum of 165 degrees Fahrenheit this is done in ovens and convection ovens. Mobile Freezers Rental units are brought in to keep food at a temperature level of 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below and refrigerators should be 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Thermostats must be put in the warmest location of the refrigerator and fridge to ensure correct temperature. Short-term Kitchen Facilities are self-contained and satisfy all the refrigeration storage requirements.
8 May 2013
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*******mobilekitchenrentallogistics**** Temporary Mobile Kitchens Leasing Company follow the exact same wellness codes as long-term dining facilities? Visit us at *******mobilekitchenrentallogistics**** and call us 1-800-379-4626. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator marked in the Mobile Kitchen facility is accountable for the total food service of the whole facility. When renting or renting a temporary facility they have to think about all the food safety attributes first. Commercial Mobile Kitchens for Hire units are brought in to keep food at a temperature level of 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below and fridges need to be 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Thermostats need to be put in the hottest area of the fridge and freezer to guarantee appropriate temperature level. Short-term Kitchen Facilities are self-contained and meet all the refrigeration storage requirements. Emergency food service administrators have many duties. Instance, food has to be prepared and served with the least possible manual contact, with appropriate utensils, and on surfaces that have actually been cleansed, washed, and sterilized before use to prevent cross-contamination. Brooklin, Brooksville, Calais, Cherryfield, Columbia Falls, Corea, Cranberry Isles, Cutler, Deer Isle, Dennysville, East Blue Hill, East Machias, Eastport, Frenchboro, Grand Lake Stream, Harborside, Harrington, Hulls Cove, Isle Au Haut, Islesford, Jonesboro, Jonesport, Little Deer Isle, Lubec, Bass Harbor, Machias, Machiasport, Meddybemps, Milbridge, Mount Desert, Northeast Harbor, Perry, Prospect Harbor, Robbinston, Salsbury Cove, Sargentville, Seal Cove, Seal Harbor, Sedgwick, Sorrento, Southwest Harbor, Steuben, Stonington, Sunset, Surry, Swans Island, Wesley, Whiting, Winter Harbor, Baileyville. Mobile Kitchen Facilities need to prepare food in accordance with established food preparation practices and safety strategies. The Leasing of temporary facilities does not make the policies any softer. The food safety guidelines are the same in a mobile kitchen, short-term kitchen, mobile kitchen, mobile dish-washing trailer, modular kitchen or mobile food service facility.
8 May 2013
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*******www.zipcar**** Do sporty rides get your motor running? With a Zipcar membership, you (and these brassy grannies) can tap models of all shapes and sizes, including the BMW X1, Toyota Prius, the Audi Q5, the Mini Cooper, and more. Just make a reservation, whip out your Zipcard, and tap that card reader to unlock your ride. Zipcars are parked near where you live work and travel—in neighborhoods, cities, airports and campuses across the country. It’s a pretty great alternative to car ownership or car rental that keeps both your environmental impact and costs low. Tap and unlock freedom. Zipcar is the most convenient way to get around town and a great complement to public transportation and bike sharing. And don’t worry about gas and insurance. That’s on us. Cruise by the hour and run errands or reserve a Zipcar for the whole day and get out of town for a while. Tap the link above to sign up for a Zipcar membership and get rolling. Zipcar Wheels when you want them. Cars by the hour or day—gas and insurance included. zipcar**** /// Agency: Zipcar and Hayden 5 Client: Zipcar Creative Director: Brendan Stephens Associate Creative Director: Mandy Donovan Copywriters: Allison Tanenhaus, Mandy Donovan and Pete Marquis Art Directors: Kali Winkler, Brendan Stephens and Jamie McCelland Chief Marketing Officer: Brian Harrington Production Company: Hayden 5 Directors: Pete Marquis and Jamie McCelland Executive Producers: Todd Wiseman, Jr. and Milos Silber Producer: Oscar Boyson Casting: Wulf Casting Editing Company: Beast Editorial Editors: Karen Kourtessis and Valerie Iorio Post Producer: Valerie Iorio and Kristine Polinsky Color: Company 3 Audio Post Production: Hobo Audio Sound Mixer: Chris Stangroom Online: Gryphyn VFX
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Mike McKee Trucking Arbuckle, CA, 95912 (530) 908-8646 Mike McKee Trucking is dedicated to providing all employees ample compensation, exceptional benefits and the respect they deserve. We utilize the latest technology and equipment on the road and in the office, enabling our associates to perform to their fullest capacity. Industrial Trucking,Local Transportation Service,Afffordable Transportation Company,Local Transportation Service,Local Transportation Company Harrington,CA;College City,CA;Genevra,CA; Trucking Company, Transportation Service, Trucking Service, Transportation Company, Local Trucking Service
7 Aug 2017
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Steve's Piano Service Westwood, NJ, 07675 (201) 664-1128 Steve's Piano Service from Westwood, NJ is locally owned and offers piano repair, tuning, and regulating service. We have been serving Bergen County since 1976. We offer prompt service at reasonable rates. Enjoy your piano, keep it tuned. Call us today for more information. Piano Technician, Piano Action Repair, Piano String Replacement, Piano Key Tuning, Piano Action Regulation Emerson, NJ;Township of Washington, NJ;Hillsdale, NJ;River Vale, NJ;Harrington Park, NJ Piano Tuning Service, Piano Repair, Piano Tuner, Local Piano Service, Piano Repair Service
28 Sep 2017
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#Wildman is available now! Directed by: Dennys Ilic Edited by: Ashleigh Harrington "Wildman" Lyrics Verse We light the candle at both ends / Running on low energy But I stand tall / My heart beats / Continues to pump / Blood like there's no choice / For me but to Live / You see freedoms like a fallen Angel / That got her wings back / Now what's the day with a Soul Clap / I could camouflage my self and surly hide away / As if my bones won't decay / Instead we keep it Copasetic / Self medicated to cope / Let the wild man in me run / We can rewind it like a rerun / I can't imagine life with out a son / You see sometimes when the sun / Comes OUT I want to climb up / Find joy in the moment / Not just the climax / Taught to keep running / Now leaning how to relax / Safe and secure with my self And those around me / That's my living prof / Hook (Lynx) Baby I’m running hard / Running Through / This life is a wilderness / Just like you / After the winter’s gone / Comes the Bloom / Baby I’ve seen the sun pulling through / Verse 2 Knees don't fail me now / Legs don't wear out / I'm counting on you / To hold me up / So I won't fall down / Long strides I see the end / It's in sight / My diaphragms expanding / Like a rubber band / When the lights go out / And darkness fills the room / And my minds racing / Things seem out of place / My goals are gone / And the future visions a blur / Decisions are hard to make / And mistakes never occur / Turn down the road / While I'm running / Jumping over hurdles / Seeking visions in the deepest / Darkest places I know / Not afraid of being lost / Where I go So if it wasn't for that And all the things that we do In hopes to be truthful And fit in I'm running away from it Don't want it need it or even get it I hope you know that
20 Oct 2017
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J Maragliano Contracting Closter, NJ, 07624 (201) 254-7881 J Maragliano Contracting provides all construction services in Closter NJ, Area. Don't hesitate to call us. Construction Company, Construction Contractor, Construction, Construction Service, Building Company, General Contractor, Home Construction Service, Building Contractor, Building Service, House Construction Demarest, NJ; Haworth, NJ; Harrington Park, NJ; Norwood, NJ; Cresskill, NJ Construction Company, Construction Contractor, Home Construction Company, Building Contractor, Building Company
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If you are searching pest control services in Oran park search no more Evict a Pest is right choice for you. For all your pest control needs in Oran Park, Gregory Hills, Gledswood Hills, Harrington Park, Spring Farm. Call us now to find out about our great specials.
16 Feb 2018
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Beauty Courses Online was established by Karen Harrington, a veteran in the beauty industry with over 30 years experience both as a beauty salon owner and a beauty school operator.
22 Sep 2018
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Building Business Empires Today and implementing major digital strategies with Kevin Harrington original investor on the hit show Shark Kevin was the creator of the first infomercials. It's been a pleasure helping him build out his Digital Marketing and Building Business Empires Today. Shane Jeremy James building business empires today with Kevin Harrington.
12 Dec 2018
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