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Huckleberry Mine, which started operation in 1998 and is now scheduled to close in 2010, is an example of a mine that developed a life-of-mine waste management plan, and successfully stewarded the plan through the life of the operation. MEM's 'Guidelines for Metal Leaching and Acid Rock Drainage at Minesites in British Columbia' (ARD Guidelines) were being introduced at the time of the mine planning stages, and it was recognized that both tailings and a large proportion of the waste rock woulddoi:10.14288/1.0042531 fatcat:nwhsncv7pbgipi7chd5wex2lpi