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In operation since 1989, Red Dog is a zinc-lead mine located in Northwest Alaska, near Kotzebue, and one of the world’s largest producer of zinc concentrate.
The mine was developed under an innovative operating agreement between the NANA Regional Corporation, Inc. (NANA), a Native corporation owned by the Inupiat people of Northwest Alaska, and Teck Alaska Incorporated, a U.S. subsidiary of Teck Resources Limited, a diversified mining company headquartered in Vancouver, Canada. Teck is a significant producer of copper, metallurgical coal, zinc and specialty metals, and has interests in several oil sands development assets.
Red Dog Operations upholds the highest environmental standards and we are committed to the communities in which we operate, while providing Alaskans and Alaska’s Native people with economic benefits and opportunities.
September 11, 2009
Red Dog Future - the Aqqaluk Deposit
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Red Dog Fugitive Dust Risk Management 2012 Annual Report
May 20, 2010
Teck Resources Announces Aqqaluk to Proceed
February 17, 2010
Teck Comments on Additional Permit Appeal at Red Dog
January 15, 2010
Teck Comments on Red Dog Permit Appeal
November 9, 2009
On November 9, 2009 the EPA announced the availability of the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (FSEIS) for the Red Dog Mine. This FSEIS, which supplements the 1984 EIS, evaluates the environmental effects associated with development of the Aqqaluk Deposit and new circumstances or information relevant to environmental concerns that have arisen since the 1984 EIS.” To read more, see www.reddogseis.com.
September 11, 2009
Teck Alaska Statement on EPA Consent Agreement
September 4, 2008
Parties to Red Dog Clean Water Act Litigation Reach Settlement: Teck Cominco Alaska announces settlement of the Kivalina litigation at Red Dog
Consent Decree (43KB PDF)
Kivalina Settlement Summary (8KB PDF)
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