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The Dialogue is a key stakeholder in vital water resource projects to provide the community with information about mining and potential for water impacts. The Dialogue has been actively involved as a participant in providing feedback on two key government projects to increase awareness of water resources. See below for additional information on the Dialogue’sLearn more Upper Hunter Water Information Resources
The Dialogue has analysed water samples across the Upper Hunter to determine if any impacts to water quality arise from mining in the region. The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue has been testing river and mine storage water quality in multiple locations in the Upper Hunter as part of the Hunter River Water Quality (HRSTS) Assessment.Learn more Hunter River Water Quality (HRSTS) Assessment
The Dialogue reports annually on mining industry water use and reuse in the context of the Hunter River and other water users via a Water Accounting Framework. The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue has implemented the Minerals Council of Australia’s (MCA) Water Accounting Framework to enable the Dialogue to quantify the water used by mining operationsLearn more Water Accounting Framework – Mining’s Water Use