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Mar 16, 2015· Earlier this month, a geologist with XS Platinum, Inc. (XSP) pled guilty to criminal violations of the Clean Water Act (CWA) for intentional discharges into Alaskan salmon streams adjacent to …
The owners and operators of an Alaska platinum mine illegally discharged industrial wastewater into an important Pacific salmon spawning stream and then attempted to cover it up, according to a
He was responsible for the start-up of XS platinum inc.s platinum creek mines 2010 mining season in alaska. before joining XS platinum inc mr. pate was a consultant for hanson industries inc a company based in spokane, washington with interests in real property, construction and mining, between october 2008 and january 2010.
Apr 01, 2016· Anchorage, Alaska – U.S. Attorney Karen L. Loeffler announced today that James Slade, of Calgary, Canada, was sentenced to 12 months in prison for violating the federal Clean Water Act. Slade was convicted of two Clean Water Act crimes for discharging polluted wastewater into the Salmon River as a result of his operation of the Platinum Creek Mine located in western Alaska.
He was responsible for the start-up of XS Platinum Inc.’s Platinum Creek Mine’s 2010 mining season in Alaska. Before joining XS Platinum Inc., Mr. Pate was a consultant for Hanson Industries Inc., a company based in Spokane, Washington with interests in real property, construction and mining, between October 2008 and January 2010.
Apr 06, 2016· On March 31, 2016, federal Judge Sharon Gleason sentenced the former Chief Operating Officer for mining company XS Platinum to one year in jail for his role in discharging pollutants in violation of the Platinum Creek Mine (Alaska) NPDES permit.
The only primary production of platinum metals in the United States occurs on the Bering Sea coast of Alaska. Goodnews Bay indents the mainland coast of western Alaska just south of the mouth of the Kuskokwim River.
Mr. Slade was the Chief Operating Officer for XS Platinum, the company that owned the mining claims, and he is the third manager or senior executive of that company to be convicted in this case. Robert Pate, who was employed as the mine manager previously pled guilty to violating the Clean Water Act, along with James Staeheli, the prior
Jan 05, 2017· XS Platinum and five company officials were indicted in November 2014 on charges of conspiring to violate the federal Clean Water Act and of falsifying compliance reports to the government. The
The platinum mine of Goodnews Bay — between Togiak and Bethel — is in a state of extended foreclosure in the Anchorage court system. Former owner Hanson Industries of Spokane, Wash., sold the mine to XS Platinum of Seattle, Wash., several years ago.
In April of 2010, James Slade, founder of AuVert Recovery Systems Ltd. was contacted by the owners of XS Platinum Inc. to design and commission a plant for recovery of alluvial platinum & gold at their Platinum Creek Mine in western Alaska. The Platinum Creek Mine is the historic Goodnews Bay Mining Company
Slade was convicted of two Clean Water Act crimes for discharging polluted wastewater into the Salmon River as a result of his operation of the Platinum Creek Mine located in western Alaska. Slade was ordered to serve a one-year term of supervision after he is released from prison. The Court concluded he did not have the ability to pay a fine.
Bruce established XS Platinum Ltd during 2007 in order to acquire what was once an historically significant platinum mine in the remote reaches of south-western Alaska near the village of Platinum via Goodnews Bay on the Bering Sea. As
Nov 26, 2014· XSP’s plan was to reprocess the scrapheaps left over from the Goodnews Bay Mining Company’s platinum mine (1937-1979) and extract residual platinum from the 45 million tons of tailings—mine waste—left behind over the decades it had been in operation.
XS Platinum Inc., mining execs charged by feds with felony violations of Clean Water Act in Alaska for dumping waste into Salmon River.