JBR grew up with the mining industry. We’ve provided environmental consulting services at over 100 mine sites in Utah, Nevada, Montana, Oregon, Idaho, California, and Arizona. We’ve supported a wide variety of mining operations, from sand and gravel to molybdenum to gold and silver operations, and we have developed extensive knowledge regarding the specific environmental issues and regulations pertaining to these varied operations. Our staff includes veterans of the mining industry with in-depth knowledge of the issues facing mine operators, regulatory specialists knowledgeable in obtaining necessary permitting, and NEPA specialists capable of handling the most controversial project proposal.
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Air Quality Monitoring Services for a Proposed Mining Operation in Southeastern Idaho
The JBR team recently completed installation of a solar-powered meteorological and air quality monitoring station in a remote mountain location in southeastern Idaho.
Bald Mountain Mine North Operations Area Expansion EIS
JBR was instrumental in preparing the Preliminary Draft Environmental Impact Statement for expansion of the Bald Mountain Mine.
Enexco Contact Mine Ecological Baseline Studies, Contact, Nevada
JBR is conducting baseline studies and providing additional assistance for this Nevada mine project.
Environmental Consulting Services for Materion Delta, UT
JBR has provided a wide variety of services to the Materion beryllium mining and milling operations in southwestern Utah for over 20 years.
Greater Sage-grouse Consulting Services Including Surveys and Monitoring for Mining and Energy Clients
JBR has provided and is currently provided many consulting services to mining and energy clients related to the greater sage-grouse and its status as a candidate species on the Threatened or Endangered list.
Kennecott Utah Copper Corp Clean Air Act Title V Renewal Applications
JBR was contracted to research, augment, streamline and prepare three Title V Operating Permit renewals for the refinery, power plant & tailings and smelter operations.
NEPA Permitting for Impacts to Greater Sage-grouse Habitat
JBR has provided and is currently providing NEPA services to mining and energy clients which includes greater sage-grouse analysis.
Newmont Mining Corporation Reclamation Plans and Reclamation Cost Estimates for Numerous Nevada Mine Sites
JBR has been providing Newmont Mining Corporation with reclamation planning and cost estimating services for many of Newmont's Northern Nevada mine sites.
Ongoing Ecological Baseline Studies for an Idaho Mining Project
JBR has provided numerous ecological baseline studies for an Idaho mining project.
Plotting Project Boundaries in Relation to Critical Greater Sage-grouse Habitat
JBR has provided categorization maps for clients showing critical greater sage-grouse habitat in relation to project boundaries per data provided by NDOW.
Rosemont Copper Project Air Quality Services for a Class II Permit and in Support of an EIS
JBR conducted a 3-year air quality and meteorological monitoring program to determine background concentrations and the meteorology affecting the dispersion of pollutants and used the data to submit a Class II Air Quality Permit.
Simplot Smoky Canyon Mine Panels F & G Environmental Impact Statement
For this project, JBR worked with federal agencies to analyze multiple environmental impacts from Inventoried Roadless Areas to impacts on area streams; analyzed Native American treaty rights; and addressed more than 30,000 public comments.
Solid & Hazardous Waste Management Plan for a Mining Operation
JBR prepared a Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Plan for an in situ-leach salt mining operation on the Colorado Plateau.
Transect Surveys for Greater Sage-grouse at Various Active and Proposed Mine Sites in Nevada
JBR has conducted numerous transect surveys for greater sage-grouse at active and proposed mine sites in Nevada.
Waters of the U.S. Survey, Jurisdictional Wetlands Survey, & Seep & Springs Survey
JBR conducted a jurisdictional waters of the United States survey, jurisdictional wetlands survey, and seep and spring survey on approximately 25,000 acres in Nevada's Great Basin.