Mount Peake Environmental Approvals Advance To Final Stages With Submission Of EIS Supplement

6 April 2017

Mount Peake Environmental Approvals Advance To Final Stages With Submission Of EIS Supplement

Australian strategic metals company TNG Limited  has advised that the environmental approvals process for the mine site component of its flagship 100%-owned Mount Peake Vanadium-Titanium-Iron Project in the Northern Territory has moved into its final stages with the submission of the Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority (NTEPA).

The Mount Peake Project comprises a mine and processing facility to be located at Mount Peake, approximately 235km north-northwest of Alice Springs and 50km north-west of Ti Tree, and the Darwin TIVAN® Process Plant, to be located at the Middle Arm Industrial Precinct, some 16km to the south-east of Darwin.

The Mount Peake mine site and processing facility includes a proposed open-cut mining operation, waste rock dump, ore processing plant, tailings storage facility, water dams, gas-fired power station, accommodation village, site access roads, Stuart Highway underpass, rail load-out facility and bore-field.

Click here to view the full media release by TNG on 5 April 2017, TNG Lodges EIS Supplement for Mount Peake.

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Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 09:45
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