Lisbon Valley, San Juan County, Utah
Atlas Mininerals: March 1978 to August 1994
US. Energy Corporation: August 1994 to October 2008
Uranium One Exploration, Inc.: October 2008 to October 2015
Anfield Resources Holding Corp.: October 2015
Township 31 South, Range 25 East, Section 3, Salt Lake Bench Maridian
Latitude 38°07’10” and Longitude 109°09’23
Anfield Resources Holding Corp.
3346 W. Guadalupe Rd.
Apache Junction, Arizona 85120
◊ Mine Safety and Health Administration
MSHA Mine ID No. 5201527
◊ Division of Oil, Gas and Mining
DOGM Mine ID No. M0370040
◊ Access to Velvet Mine Government Records
• DOGM Records: Click HERE
• MSHA Inspection, Violation, and Employment Information: Click HERE
In 2015 Anfield Resources Holding Corp. acquired the Velvet Mine in Lisbon Valley, San Juan County. The mine is on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land and was orginally owned and operated by the Atlas Minerals Corporation. The mine is permitted for reclamation.
Uranium One applied for a Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (UPDES) permit from the Utah Division of Water Quality (DWQ) on September 26, 2008. The DWQ noticed an opportunity to comment on the draft UPDES Permit and application on October 22, 2008. The transfer of the Notice of Intent for the Mine was appproved by the Division of Oil, Gas & Mining on October 23, 2015. Anfield also purchase the Shootaring Canyon Mill, near Ticaboo, Garfield County, Utah. The Shootaring Mill has not operated since 1982.
◊ UPDES Permit - UT0025810
• Application - September 26, 2008
• Technical Report - March 19, 2007
• Fact Sheet Statement of Basis
• DWQ Wasteload Analysis - October 8, 2008
• Public Notice of UPDES Permit - October 22, 2008
• Draft UPDES Permit
◊ Uranium Watch Comments on UPDES Permit
Last Updated March 30, 2017