SINGLE-LANE CLOSURE OF SECTION OF PLEWMAN WAY IN ROSSLAND SEPTEMBER 9 AND 10, 2014

This work is part of Teck’s ongoing monitoring to determine the condition of any historic mining features

Trail, BC – A single-lane road closure will take place on the 1900 block of Plewman Way in Rossland from 8 am to 5 pm on September 9 and 10, 2014 due to geotechnical monitoring to be undertaken by Teck.

This work is part of Teck’s ongoing monitoring to determine the condition of any historic mining features in Rossland and the surrounding area. Teck apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.

About Teck Trail Operations

Trail Operations is owned and operated by Teck Metals Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Teck Resources Limited. Trail Operations includes one of the world’s largest fully integrated zinc and lead smelting and refining complexes, a two-thirds interest in the Waneta hydroelectric dam and ownership of the dam’s transmission system. The metallurgical operations produce refined zinc and lead and a variety of precious and specialty metals, chemicals and fertilizer products. Trail Operations employs 1,500 people and has been in operation for over a century.

 

Media Contact:

Carol Vanelli Worosz

Community Engagement Leader

Teck Trail Operations

250-364-4113

carol.vanelliworosz@teck.com

 

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