Australian Mining Rehabilitation Revenue and Competitors

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Clermont, Australia



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Australian Mining Rehabilitation's estimated annual revenue is currently $980k per year.(i)
  • Australian Mining Rehabilitation's estimated revenue per employee is $122,500

Employee Data

  • Australian Mining Rehabilitation has 8 Employees.(i)
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Australian Mining Rehabilitation offers extensive experience and resources within mine reclamation. Valued engineering understanding of true productivity costs, equipment availability and reliability and operating parameters in a variety of conditions. Highly experienced management and operating staff with proven operating methodologies delivering and exceeding targeted results. Our range of services include: - Major pre-strip works - Coal uncovery & haulage - Rehabilitation works - Bulk dozer push - Topsoil stripping/removal - Mud removal - Tailings dam & levy bank construction - Creek diversions - Haul road construction & maintenance - Drainage management At Australian Mining Rehabilitation, we are committed to the development of a positive belief where we are responsible and accountable for our performance and actions at all levels of our business. We are committed to achieving a sustainable safe and profitable workplace by actively working as a team and applying our rules and procedures through our policies, values and management systems by: - Looking after your mates - Finding Solutions - Delivering results - Working with urgency & attention to detail



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Australian Mining Rehabilitation News

2022-04-19 - Indigenous company Gee Gie to assess abandoned mine sites near Marble Bar

The project is funded through the Mining Rehabilitation Fund, a pooled fund to which West Australian mining operators contribute.

2022-04-17 - WA appoints Indigenous group for mine rehab work

PERTH ( – The Western Australian government has appointed Indigenous professional services company Gee Gie to work on the first...

2022-04-17 - Contract awarded for WA Abandoned Mines program

The project is funded through the Mining Rehabilitation Fund, a pooled fund which Western Australian mining operators contribute to. Mines and...

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