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Atlas Iron’s Miralga Creek project receives all statutory approvals

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Atlas Iron has announced that its Miralga Creek project recently passed some significant project milestones.

Atlas Iron’s Miralga Creek project receives all statutory approvals

Miralga Creek is an extension of the completed Abydos Mine, and as of end of May 2021, the project received all statutory approvals. This included the DMIRS approval of the Mining Proposal, as well as the EPA, EPBC, and Works Approvals. As a result, all primary approvals for the project have been secured and planned works can now commence.

Onsite at Miralga, the biggest changes will be seen at the Abydos camp where works have been ongoing for some months to bring the camp out of care and maintenance. This work has been completed in joint effort with an external construction company and Atlas Iron’s Operations Support team.

Once operational the mine will employee approximately 300 people directly and indirectly.

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