This page includes reports, toolkits, and fact sheets related to the revitalization and reuse of AMLs.
Environmental Protection Agency
This includes technical reports related to mining geochemistry, remediation, biological remediation/treatment, and characterization.
- Water Quality Credits at Former Mine Lands: Improving America’s Water Resources, Reclaiming Lost Landscapes Fact Sheet
This fact sheet is intended to educate communities, mine land owners, potentially responsible parties, companies, and other interested groups about how water quality trading credits can be used as part of an integrated strategy to clean up and restore former mine lands.
Innovative Reuse at Mining Sites
Stakeholder Involvement and Mine Reuse
- Federal Actions to Address Impacts of Uranium Contamination in the Navajo Nation: Five-Year Plan Summary Report
This report details the progress of cleanup efforts at abandoned uranium mines on Navajo Nation lands as well as efforts to provide safe drinking water and demolish and replace contaminated homes there over the past five years.
This presentation showcases alternative and innovative technologies for remediating abandoned mine lands.
- Identification and Evaluation of Community Involvement Activities in Abandoned Mine Land Communities
This identifies community involvement challenges that are typical to AML sites and to provide examples of how these challenges have been successfully addressed.
This provides an overview of mining site redevelopment, as well as new and innovative approaches, such as the Triad approach, to more efficiently characterize and cleanup those sites.
- Meeting Community Needs, Protecting Human Health and the Environment: Active and Passive Recreational Opportunities at Abandoned Mine Lands
This fact sheet provides information about recreational reuse for all stakeholders and community members interested in creating recreational opportunities at nearby abandoned mine lands.