July 5, 2012: Vancouver, B.C. – Oracle Mining Corp. (Stock Profile – TSX:OMN & OTCQX:OMCCF) announced its Oracle Ridge Copper Mine project near Tucson, Arizona received its Class II Air Quality Operating Permit from the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (“PDEQ”) on July 3, 2012 (the “Air Permit”).
The Air Permit is the first new mine Air Quality Operating Permit to be granted in Pima County in more than 11 years, and the only one issued under the current regulatory scheme.
“Receipt of the Air Permit for the Oracle Ridge Copper Mine project is a tremendous achievement for Oracle Mining and for our technical and consulting team,” said Mr. Doug Nicholson, Oracle Mining’s CEO.
“Oracle Mining would like to thank the entire team for their efforts but in particular to Tom Sheber, P.E., of Tetra Tech who developed the Air Permit application along with the extensive support team and other partners. Tetra Tech’s ability to complete the application with no technical deficiencies on the initial application review is rare and outstanding,” said Mr. Nicholson.
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