Protecting the unique environment of the areas in which we operate is important to TerraCom.
We understand that exploration activities and mining have some impact on the natural environment. We work hard to build landowner and community partnerships to better understand potential local environmental concerns.
Our commitment is to minimise the impacts, rehabilitate areas disturbed during our operations and preserve or restore the long-term health and sustainability of the environment where we operate.
All exploration and mining operations are very closely regulated and monitored by Government agencies. A major Environmental Assessment is required before any approval is granted to commence a mining operation. Each site is carefully managed in accordance with a range of environmental management and monitoring plans.
As part of preliminary investigations on its Clyde Park Project in North West Queensland, TerraCom undertook an extensive aquatic ecology, flora and fauna monitoring by consultants NRA.
- White Mountain Project Flora and Fauna Report – Wet Season 2012
- Clyde Park Project Flora and Fauna Report – Dry Season 2012
- Clyde Park Project Baseline Aquatic Ecology Survey – Dry Season 2012
You can also view TerraCom’s Environment Policy.