Government recommends revoking Enjunmen’s license

The Government meeting yesterday recommended the revocation of the license of Enjunmen, a company that mines fluorspar in Airag soum of Dornogobi aimag. Two weeks ago a Mongolian citizen was run over by a car at the mine site after scuffles between mine workers and artisanal miners who worked nearby. Ya.Sodbaatar, head of the State Inspection Agency (SIA), reported that Enjunmen had last year been found to have violated rules and regulations in several areas. It was ordered to halt operations on July 1, 2009 but continued mining, without rectifying the infringements.

SIA found the company had not submitted a report of its operations in 2009, or its operation plan for 2010. It also used explosive materials without proper permit, and did not follow safety guidelines. No plan of environmental restoration was in place. The borders of the mining area were not demarcated, and explosive material was stored in an unregulated way. The company could not show any employment contract with its workers, and three of the five Chinese citizens at the mining site did not have proper work permits. It also transported minerals without proper contracts

source: http://www.news.mn
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