Every acre of land mined will be reclaimed. Before mining ever begins, Mosaic’s team of engineers, biologists and ecologists plan for post-mined land uses that include native habitat and vital corridors for wildlife, as well as other uses like agriculture and parks.
At Mosaic, our reclamation leads, specialists and ecologists reclaim post-mined land that will leave a legacy for future generations. These lands provide communities with vital habitats, wildlife corridors, agriculture lands and public parks – like Hardee Lakes Park.
The Mosaic Coastal Education Center is an outdoor science classroom that provides students in Hillsborough and Manatee counties with hands-on interactions to educate them about the importance of the Bay to our community, and how they can protect and manage the environment.
Mosaic is pioneering new environmental approaches to create vital habitats and land uses, like the 500-acre wetland at the North Fork of the Manatee River. This reclaimed land was once pasture land prior to mining but now serves as a sanctuary for various plants and wildlife species.
Every day, our team of engineers applies innovative techniques that improve processes and limit our impact on the environment. We’re reducing freshwater use through recycling water, utilizing cogeneration to reduce commercial electricity consumption, and planting hundreds of thousands of trees a year.
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