Gratitude…Enviromin Volunteers at Fork & Spoon!

Enviromin “picked up the tab” and used our skillful teamwork to plate, serve, bus, wash, and clean at the Fork and Spoon, Montana’s first and only pay-what-you-can restaurant. The night created connections within the community and within our team, and the incredible scratch meal with local ingredients filled us up in many ways. We are grateful for Hannah’s evening leadership, time together, and the meaningful social enterprise serving our community.

Happy New Year from Enviromin!

As we look forward to the new year, we also reflect back with gratitude for our clients, collaborators, colleagues, friends, and family that made Enviromin such a great place in 2019. The highlight of our year here at Enviromin was celebrating our 15-year company anniversary providing environmental and mineral resources consulting in support of Sustainable Materials AND Clean Water. Along with this milestone, 2019 has allowed Enviromin to expand our laboratory capabilities and grow to a Read more…

Bike to Work Week!

Grease those gears, and test your brakes, Enviromin is celebrating Bike to Work Week! Starting tomorrow, May 13th, we are all putting in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint, improve our physical health, and enjoy the sunshine by biking to the office. Celebrate with us by choosing two wheels instead of four as much as possible this week. Remember, bikes need to follow the rules of the road, wear a helmet, and hopefully we Read more…

Congratulations Sandfire!

We are very pleased that a Draft EIS has been released for Sandfire’s Black Butte Copper Project in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. Enviromin is proud to be a part of the team supporting this permitting effort and we look forward to what this mine will do for the state of Montana and the broader mining industry. See the press release here: Release of Draft EIS Marks Another Key Milestone for Black Butte Copper Project, Montana

Please join us next week in Reno for the Mine Management Symposium in Reno

The symposium kicks off the Nevada Water Resources Association’s 2019 annual conference.  There are three sessions Monday (1/28) and Tuesday (1/29) focused on water issues pertinent to mining in Nevada and the western US.