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    STUDIA AMBIENTUM - Issue no. 1-2 / 2010  
         
  Article:   LEGISLATIVE IMPLICATIONS OF MINE CLOSURE IN ROMANIA.

Authors:  AGNES ALEXANDRA KERI, TIBERIU RUSU, SIMONA AVRAM.
 
       
         
  Abstract:  

Environmental protection legislative regulations issued at European Union level for the mining sector, are trying to get some answers to problems caused by mining activities that generate negatively impact on environmental factors. Because of this, the legislation is very broad, and transposing European Directives into the Romanian legislation arises slowly. The most important national laws governing mining activities with the aim of sustainable development and environmental protection are the Environmental Protection Act, Mine Act and Water Act. Laws in force require the achievement of mine water treatment, but this process is not possible in municipal water treatment stations existing in our country. After closing the mines, the Romanian Government has emitted the GD 1403/2007 legislative statement regarding the necessities of remedial and/or ecological reconstruction of geological environment and terrestrial ecosystems affected by the mining activities.In this paper are presented several aspects of legislative implementation measures concerning the green mines closing, a case study of mine Larga de Sus (Zlatna) from Alba County.

Key words: mining industry, mine closure, Zlatna

 
         
     
         
         
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