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(a) An applicant must furnish information showing a history of successful placer mining in Alaska. Examples of such information include
(1) the dates, locations, and descriptions of the applicant's placer mining experience in Alaska;
(2) the number of employees supported by the applicant's previous placer mining operations in Alaska, listed by year;
(3) a list of equipment used, owned, or leased in the applicant's previous placer mining operations in Alaska;
(4) copies or a list of permits from government agencies, or other information to verify placer mining operations in Alaska;
(5) financial records, balance sheets, credit references, profit-and-loss statements, loans received or paid off, or tax information that the applicant may wish to volunteer to demonstrate success in placer mining; and
(6) any other information that shows evidence of experience in Alaska placer mining.
(b) An applicant must furnish information to show an ability to study, test, and adequately report on the proposed new methods and to produce verifiable results. This information may include
(1) a description of education or experience related to water analysis, flow measurement, sampling techniques, and similar scientific methods;
(2) association or cooperation with research groups or government agencies to conduct studies pertinent to the management and use of water in mining;
(3) copies or a list of the applicant's publications, reports, papers, or presentations at meetings or conferences concerning water pollution control, water use reduction, waste disposal, gold recovery, or related topics; and
(4) any other information that would help prove ability to produce verifiable results.
(c) An applicant shall provide information about the proposed demonstration project, including
(1) the location of the operation;
(2) the name and location of any affected water bodies;
(3) a description of the proposed project which tells how the project is innovative, how it differs from similar projects, and how the proposal, if successful, will benefit placer mining and pollution control in Alaska;
(4) sketches, flow diagrams, or blueprints of the proposed operation;
(5) lists and descriptions of equipment needed, and purchase price or design and construction costs for each;
(6) descriptions of time and labor needed to construct, install, and operate the project;
(7) schedules for construction, operation, study, and testing of the project;
(8) a detailed description of how the applicant intends to study and test the project, with special attention to sampling techniques and equipment, and the means to determine the project's success; and
(9) a description of the reports and final written products that will be supplied to the department at project completion.
(d) A cover sheet or processing form available from the department, must be submitted with each application. Application forms are also available from the department, but their use is optional.
History: Eff. 2/3/85, Register 93
Authority: AS 27.05.010
AS 46.03.020 (10)
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