Partnering with Yukon College and First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun

AEG Managed Fish Hatchery


Children carry the fish to Wolf Creek. It’s the start of a 3,000 kilometre migration which will see some fish reach the ocean. After several years, they return to Yukon to spawn. (Philippe Morin/CBC)

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Alexco Environmental Group specializes in mine-related remediation

Alexco Environmental Group Completes Construction of Water Treatment Plant at Gold King Mine in Colorado

AEG successfully commissions Gold King Mine water treatment facility

EPA awards treatment plant design build and operate contract to AEG

Globeville Groundbreaking! Crossroads Commerce Park Launched at Globeville Smelter Site Cleaned up by AEG


August 20, 2015. AEG representatives participated in the celebration of the completion of the Asarco Globeville Smelter site, and the launching of Trammell Crow’s new Crossroads Commerce Park on land remediated by AEG. By investing its own capital, applying its patented remediation technologies, and in cooperation with brownfields development partner EFG, AEG marks the completion of the active remediation of this brownfields property. 

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Former Asarco smelter site to get new build

Asarco Globeville(Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post)

First phase of construction for the $85 million project for Crossroads Commerce Park to begin immediately following successful brownfield site remediation completion.

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AEG Scientists Present Paper at International Conference on Acid Rock Drainage

Alexco Commemorates Over Five Years at Keno Hill

Through AEG, Alexco has a contractual arrangement to remediate environmental impacts from past mining activities in the Keno Hill Silver District on behalf of the Government of Canada and in partnership with the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun. AEG currently treats over one billion liters of water each year in the District and annually prevents about 100,000 kilograms of zinc and other heavy metals from the historic mines from entering the region’s streams. The amount of zinc entering the environment has been reduced by over 90 per cent since Alexco began its environmental activities.

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