Closure planning should not be a project at the end of the life of an operation but part of the site’s broader business case and day to day operational management and planning.

The following is an extract taken from our 'Licence to Legacy in the Extractives Sector' research report. Click here for more information on the report.

Ultimately, it should always be kept in mind that the success of closure will not be measured by the successful implementation of the final...

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