SRC is managing the remediation of the former Lorado Mill Site, as part of Project CLEANS. An engineered cover of local sand and till was constructed over the tailings and a small water treatment plant was built at Nero Lake.
In 2013-14, 244 SRC employees volunteered over 1,200 hours at Saskatchewan Food Banks and donated over 1,500 kg of food, clothing, toiletries and household items.
For over 65 years, our world renowned experts and laboratories have served major industries, such as agriculture and biotechnology, energy, environment and mining.
Our new facility supports the development and demonstration of new and improved methods for processing minerals such as potash, oil sands and oil shale, uranium and rare earth minerals.
Signs of fall, or as many of us have come to see them – warnings of winter, have begun to appear in the disguise of crisp morning air and golden leaves. It’s the time of year when the Saskatchewan Re
SRC is proud to host the 46th Annual Canadian Mineral Analysts (CMA) Conference and Exhibition, from September 21 - 25 in Saskatoon, Sask at the historic Delta Bessborough Hotel.
During the week,
SRC has released its economic impact results for the 2013-2014 fiscal year.
For every dollar the province invested in SRC over the past year, the council provided a more than 21-times return to the
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