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Work underway in first phase of Black Butte Copper Project

Helenair - Earth is moving north of White Sulphur Springs – the result of a multi-year effort to open a copper mine here that has generated intense public interest for nearly a decade.

On Aug. 15, the Montana Department of Environmental Quality issued a mining permit for the first phase of the Black Butte Copper Project. The permit allows Sandfire Resources America, formerly Tintina Resources, to build roads and pads, and construct a small reservoir at it applies for future permits to tunnel underground and eventually mine and process copper-rich ore.

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