13:11 June 28, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
“If Teghout had gas, annually 3000 cubic meters of wood will be saved up in Teghout,” expressed his opinion Teghout Community Head Harutyun Meliqsetyan, Lori Region.
12:40 June 15, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
Teghout community residents don’t take part in forest management processes in any way, though they live in forest.
16:52 June 14, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
The water of the River Kharatanoc in the region of Lori will soon flow in a new riverbed. In the framework of the project ''Exploiting Teghut's copper-molybdenum mine'' the new riverbed of the River Kharatanoc has already been concreted so that the river is isolated from the tailings dump.
17:27 May 19, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
The Hetq informer form “ArmForest” told “Karast” LLC Head Kamo Shahnazaryan has embezzled 1000 square meters of firewood (costing 10 million AMD) for the firewood of the trees fell down in the frames of Teghout mine development program (Karast” LLC is conducting planned tree felling and processing in the frames of Teghout mine development program).
15:52 May 11, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
Vallex Group Company commented EcoLur article entitled ‘Teghut Forest Ecosystem Recovery Made up More Than 32,000 USD for Three Years’ dated on 03.05.2011. Under the company, the article contains mistakes starting from the title.’
12:50 May 04, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
In the past period roads of main and temporary significances were built in Teghout with a total length of about 65 km, concrete mixer and an appropriate factory for crushing, different warehouses for temporary use, temporary dormitory and five-storey building of the main dormitory, high-voltage power lines with a total length of 25 km were laid through.
13:02 May 03, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
In the course of three years since the launch of Teghout project implementation Vallex Group represented by its subsidiaries, ACP and Teghout, made fees in the environmental fund in the amount of 11,985,200 AMD (about 32,400 USD).
11:53 April 28, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
Teghout Copper and Molybdenum mine will be fully developed already in the second half of 2013, said Chairman of Vallex Group Companies Valery Medzhlumyan
April 20, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
“Still in 2003 when Teghout mine development was not approved, the documents said they planned to cut down 2500 ha of forests. After two years this figure was mysteriously reduced to 1970 ha, later to 1400 ha. So as the data – 375 ha – which are voiced now at official levels don’t comply with the reality,”
April 08, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
"We intend to apply to Geneva, as the ruling filed by the Cassation court on the lawsuit rejection on Teghout contradicts to their provisions,”
April 04, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
On April 1 the Cassation Court of Armenia rejected the lawsuit filed by “EcoDar” NGO which appealed the ruling of the Administrative Court of Armenia dated on 24 March.
March 21, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
We demand from the Government of Armenia to stop eliminating our nature, which serves to interests of several individuals and groups so as to prevent forest elimination, as well as to take radical steps for this purpose.
March 18, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
Georgian ecologists claim that the operation of an Armenian company (Vallex Group) engaged in primary processing of copper and molybdenum threatens an ecological catastrophe in Georgia. As Business Georgia reports, this opinion was expressed by Manana Kochladze, head of Green Alternative NGO (Georgia).
March 03, 2011 | Teghout
“Vallex” Group Company is cooperating with VTB Banks, as well as with many other banks. On the basis of various loan agreements with VTB Bank we effectively cooperated in the past, we are cooperating and I hope we will continue our cooperation in future.
February 22, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
Approximately 30 Georgian and Armenian non governmental organizations demand from their governments to carry out corresponding measures on protection of the population and environment from negative impact of project "Teghut" on the territory of Armenia where local company Armenian Copper Program extracts copper and molybdenum.
February 18, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
Environmentalists worry that a hillside mine in Armenia will bring contamination to southern Georgia.
February 17, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
ACP Company representatives state that modern technologies they use will exclude any ingress of toxic industrial wastes into the Debed River, while the river covered with a dam flows into the Debed River. Nevertheless, one shouldn’t be a specialist to understand this is not possible, as a matter of fact, all man-made structures have limited lifetime.
February 02, 2011 | Teghout | Lori
Exploitation of the mine will produce about 500 million tones of tailings of hazardous substances and 600 million tones of various other wastes. Dumping tails will be disposed in the gorge of Duqanadzor River, flowing to Shnogh - tributary of transboundary Debed.