Cleanup Plan for the Centennial Site

Action Alert: Please send comments!


The Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) has proposed a draft Remedial Action Plan (RAP) for the cleanup of Rise Gold's Centennial M-1 Property. The Centennial site is a historically toxic site that is facing EPA Superfund designation. CEA Foundation / MineWatch SUPPORTS THIS PROJECT and will be commenting on it! It is important that Rise Gold does a good job cleaning up the site. They bought it. They own the mess. They need to clean it up even if the mine project is not approved.


  • Please lend your voice to the public comments! CEA Foundation/MineWatch supports the cleanup, but wants to see it done better. The Centennial Wetlands are a protected natural resource that are crucial to a functioning watershed. The proposed plan would destroy wetlands that don't need to be damaged.

The Centennial Wetlands
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  • Learn about how this project is related to Rise Gold's proposal to reopen the Idaho-Maryland Mine here.

https://www.minewatchnc.org/dumps-mine-waste

  • Read the community notice announcing the public review period. Note: The review period has been extended to September 24, 2021.

DTSC Community Notice Centennial Cleanup RAP
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Extended Final Centennial PN
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Review the Remedial Action Plan (RAP) here.

https://www.envirostor.dtsc.ca.gov/public/profile_report?global_id=60000716



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