Environmental, Health & Safety Management


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    Removal Action at an Historic Uranium Mine

    MWH was responsible for the design and construction oversight for a removal action at an historic underground uranium mine in Cibola County, New Mexico.  The mine is located on U.S. Forest Service property in an area with limited use for recreation and cattle grazing.  The design and construction was performed in accordance with a Unilateral […]

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    Rosia Montana Gold Mine

    MWH provided the planning, permitting, and infrastructure engineering for development of a new gold mine in northwest Romania. The project includes the following scope of work: A 185-meter-high tailing dam A 30-meter-high water management dam The fresh water supply development to the site All access and construction roads for facility development Tailing distribution and water […]

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    Southern Delivery System Program

    The Southern Delivery System is a regional project that will bring water from the Arkansas River to the City of Colorado Springs, the City of Fountain, Security Water District and Pueblo West Metropolitan District. The project is needed to maximize the investment in the existing water delivery infrastructure, provide for a redundant method of delivery […]

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    Tailing Pond Storage Optimization

    MWH completed a feasibility study, prepared a conceptual design and detailed design to optimize the storage capacity of a neutralization pond for future disposal of tailings and wastes at a zinc processing plant in northeast Belgium.

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    Tasman District Flood Recovery

    The MWH team has provided critical flood response coordination and fast track damage repairs as a result of state-of-emergency flooding in New Zealand.

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    Tender for Sustainable Biomass Processing

    Our society is facing major challenges with regard to climate change and finite resources. Governments are working on climate change mitigation and adaptation, and waste policy is gradually being framed as sustainable resource management. However, these fields are generally still regarded separately and translation from policy to practice is limited. Moreover, sustainability is very often […]

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    Transport Network Reconstruction Program

    Helping rebuild Queensland’s roads In the summers of 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, the Australian state of Queensland was hit by cyclones and significant flooding. Queensland’s road network received more damage than any other state government asset, with more than 8,700 kilometres of the state’s road network requiring reconstruction. The budget for the reconstruction works […]

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    Turkey Mid-size Sustainable Energy Financing Facility (MidSEFF)

    The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is promoting the use of sustainable energy across economic sectors in Turkey where it is urgently required to reduce high energy intensity and production costs to increase industrial competitiveness, decrease GHG emissions and the overall energy dependence. In order to achieve this result, EBRD has launched a […]

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    Water Supply, Sanitation and Drainage Project

    In Zambia, the average walking distance from a home to a source of water is estimated to be 1 to 3 kilometers – a 30 minute walk. Clean water available for drinking and other domestic uses is well below the amount required for a healthy, disease-free environment. Poor water supply and sanitation services in peri-urban […]