Midway Gold Corp. announces receipt of a key permit required for production at its Pan Gold Project in Nevada. A Water Pollution Control Permit has been received from the State of Nevada. This announcement closely follows publication of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS). The Pan project is on track to start construction in late 2013 with production targeted for mid-2014.
"We are delighted to reach two major permitting milestones in the last week," said Ken Brunk, Midway's President & CEO. "This is a credit to a great team of people and our cooperative, professional relationship with the agencies involved. It is outstanding that we are starting our EIS comment period for Pan with one of our most important permits in hand."
Midway received the Water Pollution Control Permit, which authorizes the construction, operation and closure of approved mining facilities in White Pine County. The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection determined that the proposed operation will not degrade the waters of the state and that public safety and health will be protected. There are no surface waters in the project area and the proposed pit does not reach the groundwater table.
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