Missouri Limestone Mine: Reclamation and Continuation

Environmental Remediation - Missouri
Missouri Limestone Mine: Reclamation and Continuation

Project Need

A client was planning to acquire a limestone mine in Southeast Missouri, situated close to the Mississippi River. The vision for this project was twofold: to transform a part of the mine into a wetland and wildlife haven, while simultaneously sustaining mining operations in other segments of the property. Essential to this endeavor were the Phase I and Phase II Site Assessments to ensure environmental compliance and soundness.

Services Completed

The proficient Lord & Winter Team carried out both Phase I and Phase II site assessments. Additionally, they were responsible for managing all the necessary environmental permit applications and transfers pertaining to this project.

Issue Resolved

A comprehensive map was meticulously crafted by Lord & Winter’s team for a public notice meeting. This map distinctly demarcated the property areas, allowing viewers to effortlessly understand the specific intents and purposes for different sections of the property.

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