Land Rehabilitation Software
Implement land rehabilitation and closure plan activities in order to help them meet their environmental, social, and financial objectives.
Centralized repository for all information relating to legal and financial obligations, usually with binding social commitments. Facilitates the organization, management, and ease of use of data. Store documentation such as land reclamation inspections, engineering reports, insurance and bonding contracts, closure plans, and obligations relating to legal and regulatory compliance.Progress Register
Record and monitor land rehabilitation activities in the field. Create and assign task for each rehabilitation and reclamation activity and update the progress of these activities. Set deadlines and email alerts are automatically sent to employees responsible of fulfilling tasks when they are not completed on time.Closure Register
Facilitate dismantling, demolition, recovery, and disposal activities related to site closure. Enable creation, assignment and tracking of tasks associated with the Closure Plan, including social activities. Minimize occupational health and safety risks by tracking the materials associated with closure of facilities (e.g. asbestos, chemicals, hazardous wastes, metals, electronic components, etc.), and allow companies to benefit from the sale or reuse of materials such as scrap metals and plant equipment.Post-Closure Monitoring
Monitor post-closure activities and manage postclosure documentation such as post-closure obligations and the create annual monitoring reports for regulatory agencie. Manage envinronmental data related to water effluents, hazardous wastes and soils stored on site.
Rehabilitation is the critical last step in the life of a mine. It aims to minimize and mitigate the environmental effects of mining activities. History also shows that land rehabilitation has not always been done well. Some site closures have left lasting environmental and social effects, including some that have nothing to do with mining. Tanneries, foundries, refineries, chemical plants, abattoirs, storage sites, powerhouses, and many other industrial plants have left behind contaminated soil, poisoned waterways, and sites rendered unusable for many, many years. Many of the afore-mentioned closures occurred in highly visible areas close to large populations. The negative perception associated with site closures leaves a legacy that all industries must deal with. For indutries, it means that rehabilitation is often funded up-front and that activities are heavily scrutinized.Helps companies manage financial and legal obligations related to the closure of facilities
- Records and tracks the progress of rehabilitation and closure activities
- Monitors activities outlined in the Closure Plan
- Allows users to create and manage tasks related to rehabilitation, closure, and post-closure activities
- Supports the preparation of rehabilitation, closure, and post-closure reports
- Provides a centralized repository to manage documentation related to Land Rehabilitation, Closure, and Post-Closure activities
- Helps companies manage and monitor multiple social programs implemented during and after the closure