Social impacts of the closure of Century mine

Everingham, Jo-Anne and Brereton, David (2015) Social impacts of the closure of Century mine. AusIMM Bulletin, 6: 52-54.

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Author Everingham, Jo-Anne
Brereton, David
Title Social impacts of the closure of Century mine
Journal name AusIMM Bulletin   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1034-6775
Publication date 2015-12
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Issue 6
Start page 52
End page 54
Total pages 3
Place of publication Innaloo City, Australia
Publisher RESolutions Publishing & Media
Collection year 2016
Formatted abstract
A major challenge for today's resource companies is ensuring a positive legacy when a mine closes. MMG is confronting the challenge this year with the end of open-cut zinc production at Century mine in the Gulf of Carpentaria, north-west Queensland. MMG, which acquired Century in 2009, is the fourth owner of the mine since production commenced in 1999. The operation has been a major economic force in the Lower Gulf region, stimulating both direct and indirect changes. In particular, the Gulf Communities Agreement (GCA) between the mine, four traditional owner groups (Waanyi, Mingginda, Gkuthaarn and Kukatj) and the Queensland Government drove socio-economic change for individuals and communities.
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