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The KSM Project Tailing Management Facility (TMF) has been engineered to exceed the highest industry standards. It has been designed using ‘Best Available Tailings Technology’ (BATT) which focuses on both physical and geochemical stability and ensures the environment is protected. … Continue reading
Since 2006, Seabridge Gold has been proactive in providing opportunities for the public to comment on its KSM project in northwestern British Columbia. Over the past eight years, the company has provided more than 220 community workshops and meetings, conducted … Continue reading
Seabridge Gold’s Design of KSM Project’s Tailing Management Facility Confirmed as Best Available Technology by Leading Engineering Firm
Three Different Expert Reviews Reach the Same Conclusion on Best Design Solution Toronto (Canada) — Seabridge Gold announced today the results of its Best Available Tailing Technology (BAT) review for its KSM Project located in British Columbia. The review was … Continue reading
On June 13, 2016, Seabridge Gold’s Brent Murphy responded to inaccurate statements by the Skeena Wild Conservation Trust in an Opinion Piece published in the Terrace Standard titled “We only say ‘no’ when we need to”. Read our letter to … Continue reading
Seabridge has noted some confusion regarding its KSM Project as it relates to Alaskan waters. It is important to remember: The KSM tailings management facility (TMF) is not situated in waters upstream of the US border. KSM’s TMF is situated … Continue reading
Canadian and Alaskan representatives attend Seabridge’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders held in Toronto on June 24, 2015
As announced on a news release issued by Earthworks on June 24, 2015, the following Canadian and Alaskan representatives attended Seabridge’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Toronto on June 24, 2015: Frederick Olsen, Jr., United Tribal Transboundary Mining Working Group/Organized … Continue reading
A recent decision by Seabridge Gold to redesign the KSM project will reduce waste rock by more than two billion tonnes, protect traditional food sources and ensure water quality. (from the Smithers Interior News, January 2012)
Seabridge participated at the Prosperity for the Nisga’a Nation economic development forum in Laxgalts’ap in March. CFNR’s Nick Clayton took a few minutes to talk with Elizabeth Miller, Seabridge’s Manager, Environmental Affairs at the event. Listen here.
KSM: Delivering Positive Economic Impacts
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