REMEDIATION AND RECULTIVATION

 
Planning and complex recultivation of former hungarian uranium mining
1998-2004
Hungarian Government
$ 42.100.000
  • Remediation of underground mining areas

  • Recultivation of surface mining areas (Shafts, bulidings, ore processing plant)

  • Recultivation of waster rock dams

  • Recultivation of heap leaching areas

  • Recultivation of tailing ponds

  • Mine water treatment

  • Reconstruction of electricity grids, arterial drainage

Services provided:

  • Planning: conceptional plans, environmantal plans, licesing plans, investment plans,

  • Quality control,

  • Monitoring,

  • Technical checking,

  • Implementation.

Planning the recultivation of the tailing ponds in Oroszlány city
2008-2009
Vértesi Power Plant
$ 16.840
  • Description of the current tailng ponds

  • Analysing of the environmental effects

  • Description of the waste

  • Verifying of the slope stability

  • Planning of the recultivation

  • Planing of the monitoring system

Services provided:

  • Planning: conceptional plans, environmantal plans, licesing plans, investment plans,

  • Planning

  • Water and soil sampling

  • Chemical laboratory testing

  • Geodesic survey

 
Planning the recultivation of the tailing ponds in Bánhida (Tatabánya city
2007
Vértesi Power Plant
$ 11.930
  • Description of the current tailng ponds

  • Analysing of the environmental effects

  • Description of the waste

  • Verifying of the slope stability

  • Planning of the recultivation

  • Planning of the monitoring system

Services provided:

  • Designing

  • Water and soil sampling

  • Chemical laboratory testing

  • Geodetic survey

 
 
Planning the recultivation of the Kecskeko limestone quarry, Bersek marl quarry and the Neszmely sand pit
2010-2011
HOLCIM Ltd.
$ 54.000
  • The plans for the three quarries shall distinguish two scenarios:

  • Scenario I: Rehabilitation after future complete exploitation of the quarries; thereby the Contractor shall only update the existing long term rehabilitation plans as per Annex A.1 of this contract (not required for Neszmely sand pit).

  • Scenario II: Rehabilitation based on present material reserve status, thus considering no further exploitation will be done (based on present condition described by topographical map)

  • All plans shall include full rehabilitation including but not limited to:

  • final surface slopes

  • proper long term surface water drainage system

  • access routes as necessary

  • proper waste-dump re-cultivation

  • proposed final surface conditions (vegetation, soil structure)

  • demolition and removal of all buildings, such as crushers, etc. in rehabilitation plan.

  • proper fauna and flora consideration based on surrounding conditions.

  • post-recultivation requirements (monitoring, etc.)

  • estimate for cost (+/- 10 %) and time for the actual execution as well as any postexecution requirements (e.g. monitoring, etc.). The estimate shall include a breakdown by activity and bill of quantity (BOQ)

Services provided:

  • Design work

  • Verifying rock stability

Remediation and recultivation works after the red mud catasrophe in Ajka
  • Remediation of the contaminated areas

  • In situ laboratory controlling of the earthworks

Services provided:

  • Design work

2010-2011
Ministry of Rural Development
$ 38.445.000
 
Reinforcing the the VIII. unit's northern dam wall of the red mud tailing ponds
2013
Hungarian Mining and Geological Institute
$ 416.000
  • Dead works

  • Earth works:

    • Soil changing: 9650 m3

    • Backfill: 25500 m3

  • Controll measurings

Services provided:

  • Earthworks

  • In situ testing and controlling

  • Geodethic and geotechnical controlling

 
Reinforcing the the IX. unit's northern and southern dam wall of the red mud tailing ponds
2014
Hungarian Mining and Geological Institute
$ 1.563.000
  • Dead works

  • Earth works:

    • Soil changing: 44200 m3

    • Backfill: 186800 m3

  • Controll measurings

Services provided:

  • Earthworks

  • In situ testing and controlling

  • Geodethic and geotechnical controlling