Ur-Energy Receives Draft Permit From Wyoming

- April 6th, 2010

Ur-Energy Inc. reports the receipt of 2 important permit documents for its Lost Creek in-situ recovery uranium project, Wyoming.
Ur-Energy has received its Draft Class I Underground Injection Control Permit (UIC Permit) from the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ). Once finalized, the UIC Permit will authorize Ur-Energy to drill, complete and operate up to five Class I non-hazardous waste […]

Ur-Energy Inc. reports the receipt of 2 important permit documents for its Lost Creek in-situ recovery uranium project, Wyoming.

Ur-Energy has received its Draft Class I Underground Injection Control Permit (UIC Permit) from the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ). Once finalized, the UIC Permit will authorize Ur-Energy to drill, complete and operate up to five Class I non-hazardous waste disposal wells at the Lost Creek site. The process which leads to the final issuance of the UIC Permit is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2010.

VP of Mining & Engineering of Ur-Energy, Wayne Heili says:

“The authorization from the NRC and the Draft Permit from the WDEQ together illustrate the progress Ur-Energy is making in regard to permitting our flagship property, Lost Creek. This progress reflects the coordinated efforts of Ur-Energy’s top-notch personnel along with the respective regulatory communities”.

For complete news release, click here.

For Ur-Energy’s company profile, click here.

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