Building capture systems that will collect groundwater coming out of areas that can cause water to become contaminated. These systems will be built in the Down Valley, Emergency Tailings Area, and North Fork Rose Creek area.
Constructing a network of sumps, pipelines, tanks, pumps, channels, and ponds that will collect and move contaminated water through the site. This system will operate year-round.
Using the Faro Pit to store contact water before it can be treated and released to the environment.
Building a water treatment plant that will treat water so that it meets water quality standards and is safe for both people and the environment before the water can be discharge to Rose Creek.
Releasing treated water to Rose Creek when it is safe to do so. If water quality does not meet water quality standards, it will be sent back to the Faro Pit for storage.
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