Marlin mine

Forest Recovery: Marlin’s Environmental Legacy

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At Goldcorp, we are committed to managing our impact on the environment. After a mine’s closure, our aim is to leave a sustainable legacy for present and future generations that we can be proud of. Goldcorp’s Marlin mine, Guatemala’s first large scale gold mine, closed in 2017 and has transitioned into a reclaimed and reforested area of biodiversity interest and research.

Economic Stimulators, Even After Marlin’s Closure

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In this final installment of our four-part tribute to the legacy of Marlin mine, we take a look at the economic benefits and opportunities that have been created as a result of its decade long operations.

Marlin’s Educational Legacy Continues to Multiply, Even After Closure

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In the third installment of our four part tribute to the legacy of Marlin mine, which ceased production in May 2017, we focus on the educational benefits this mine has brought to its local communities in the San Marcos region of Guatemala.

Marlin’s Socio-Economic Legacy Lives On

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In the second installment of our four part tribute to the legacy of Marlin mine, we focus on the social benefits this mine has brought to the San Marcos region of Guatemala.

Goldcorp believes that local opportunities for community members near our mining operations should create benefits that extend beyond economic participation in mining activities.

Water is Life - Clean Water and Concurrent Reclamation at Marlin Mine

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Goldcorp partners with communities neighboring the Marlin Mine to build potable water wells to benefit the residents. Clean water initiatives includes stringent water quality and environmental testing at the mine. Concurrent reclamation at the mine includes backfilling the former open pit and growing tree to plant on the reclaimed pit. Chapter 4 from the 2015 AGM Video - full video link here: http://3blmedia.com/News/Miners-Core-AGM-2015.

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