Hod Mine Waste Dump and Surface Water Management Design

Project Highlights:

  • Third-Party Review
  • Waste Rock Storage

Tierra Group provided design review and technical direction at Hod Mine in the Artvin Province of Turkey. Work included detailed design of potentially acid generating and non-acid generating waste dump facilities, their appurtenant structures and stormwater management design for the waste dump facility and supporting areas, including diversion ditches, stormwater ponds, access road, and main river diversions.

Project Highlights:

  • Third-Party Review
  • Waste Rock Storage

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