Category Archives: Clean Water Act

Hudbay CEO tells financial analysts that Rosemont will receive key Clean Water Act permit


Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals CEO Alan Hair told investment analysts last week that its proposed Rosemont Mine will receive the two outstanding federal approvals needed for construction to begin on the $1.5 billion open-pit copper mine. Rosemont needs a Clean Water … Continue reading

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Hudbay again reduces Rosemont spending

Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals Inc. plans to spend $20 million in 2017 on its proposed Rosemont open-pit copper mine, down from $30 million last year and $50 million in 2015. “Arizona spending of $20 million on the Rosemont project is intended … Continue reading

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Hudbay warns it may challenge federal authority requiring Clean Water Act permit for its Rosemont copper mine

Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals Inc. is warning the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that it may legally challenge the Corps’ authority requiring Hudbay’s Rosemont Copper Company subsidiary to obtain a Clean Water Act permit prior to beginning construction of the proposed … Continue reading

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Army Corps says Rosemont Mine would violate Arizona clean water rules and seriously degrade federal washes

The Daily Star obtained a Dec. 28 letter from the Corps’ regional office in San Francisco to Hudbay that details the rationale behind the district’s recommendation. The Daily Star obtained the letter through a federal Freedom of Information Act request. … Continue reading

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Trump’s election no guarantee Hudbay will obtain federal permits needed to construct the Rosemont copper mine

Donald J. Trump’s election to President doesn’t mean the federal regulations that have so far blocked Toronto-based Hudbay Minerals’ plans to construct the $1.5 billion Rosemont copper mine will be easily eliminated clearing the way for construction of the controversial … Continue reading

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