|Resource||Constructions materials: Sand, Shale and Clay|
The private mines and leases within the Golden Grove Extractive Industries Zone (GGEIZ) are held by the following companies:
|Location||Golden Grove, 18 km north east of Adelaide|
The zone consists of 9 private mines (PM) and 1 extractive mineral lease (EML)
Tenement information can be found on the South Australian Resources Information Geoserver (SARIG). [Note: Optimal performance for SARIG is provided by Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers.]
The Golden Grove Deposit contains fluvio-lacustrine sand, shale and clay of late Middle Eocene age.
|Resource estimates and production estimates||Production statistics are available from Operating mines and quarries of South Australia.|
All private mines operate in accordance with mine operation plans (MOPs). Under Section 73Q of the Mining Act 1971 a MOP is not available for public inspection, however, an extract of the objectives and criteria are available to a person upon application.
The extractive mineral leases operate in accordance with the programs for environment protection and rehabilitation (PEPR).
|Documents and reports|
Publicly available documents relevant to the project can be accessed via the South Australian Resources Information Geoserver (SARIG).
Community Working Group
The Golden Grove Extractive Industries Community Working Group is supported by the Government of South Australia and the Tea Tree Gully Council.
The working group consists of representatives from the community, Environment Protection Authority (EPA), Department for Energy and Mining, and the GGEIZ.
The South Australian Government is committed to working collaboratively with all stakeholders to ensure the development and achievements of mutually acceptable outcomes.
Complaints can be directed to email@example.com
GGEIZ Committee meetings
Most recent meeting was held on 16 August 2018. The next meeting is forecast to take place during the 1st Quarter 2019.
For more information, contact:
Dept for Energy & Mining
Phone: 8429 2583