Glencore’s Proposed Application for Renewal of the Ministerial Authorization for the Horne Smelter
As part of the online consultation, you can express your views by submitting a written brief by email, no later than October 20, 2022. This will allow you to comment on the general direction and key issues in Glencore’s proposed renewal of its Ministerial Authorization to operate the Horne Smelter.
To learn more about the purpose of this consultation and to prepare your brief, go to the Presentation page.
You can also view available documentation on this subject, including key documents, on the Presentation page.
Only properly identified organization or individual submissions will be considered for the purposes of this consultation. Please be sure to include the name, address and email address of the author(s).
In addition, all briefs must be submitted in French. If your brief is written in another language, a French translation or substantial summary must be attached. The MELCC cannot publicly release documents submitted in languages other than French, but will consider them if deemed necessary for its review.
Submitted briefs will be made public at the conclusion of the consultation and made accessible on this web platform. The MELCC will ensure that this complies with the Act respecting access to documents held by public bodies and the protection of personal information.
All submissions will be summarized and made public after the consultation concludes.
Your opinion is important, so make it count!
The deadline for submitting a brief is October 20, 2022.