Avalon monitors forest fires near its rare earths project in Canada

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Friday, 08 August 2014

Forest fires, which have been occurring in the Northwest Territories, Canada, due to extremely hot and dry weather conditions, do not pose immediate risks to Avalon’s Nechalacho project, but the Canadian company is constantly monitoring the situation and adopting preventative safety measures.

Toronto-headquartered exploration company, Avalon Rare Metals Inc. is monitoring forest fires near its Nechalacho rare earths in the Northwest Territories (NWT), Canada. The company’s facilities at the camp were used by NWT fire-fighters to battle a fire located just 10 km east of Nechalacho camp....

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