RMGC will receive necessary approvals for mining project dams

Rosia Montana Gold Corporation (RMGC) will receive the approvals it needs for building the Cetate and Corna dams within the Rosia Montana project. By final and irrevocable decision adopted yesterday, the High Court ruled that the Ministry of Environment should issue, at once, the agreement for the safe operation of the two dams, according to a press release remitted to our editing office.

The National Dam Safety Commission (CONSIB), made of Romanian experts, and operating under the command of the Ministry of Environment, approved, as early as April 2007, the documents needed for the issuing of these approvals. The Cetate and Cerna dams, proposed by RMGC within the Rosia Montana mining project, were designed by the company Montgomery Watson Harza in the US, world leader in the building of dams, in keeping with the highest international standards. Dragos Tanase, general manager of RMGC, underlines: “In the Rosia Montana project, RMGC proposed very strict measures of environment protection and disaster intervention, much stricter than standards currently applied in Europe and Romania.”

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