Georgia Silver Mines is a silver mine in Montana that was the subject of an elaborate hoax online last year, and it’s still operating as usual.
According to a statement issued by the Montana Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANPR), Georgias Silver Mines was closed to the public on May 12, and has reopened.
“Georgias silver mine has reopened after being closed due to the discovery of toxic substances at the mine site,” the statement read.
On May 12th, Georgies silver mine was shut down, as a result of the discovery by DANPR that there were hazardous chemicals at the site. “
We will not tolerate any illegal activity, including fraudulent activity, at Georgiatis silver mine.”
On May 12th, Georgies silver mine was shut down, as a result of the discovery by DANPR that there were hazardous chemicals at the site.
In response, DANPA announced on Twitter that the mine would reopen on May 13.
“Thank you to all of our partners, who have taken a strong stance on safety, integrity and accountability, for keeping us safe and secure.
We will keep you posted on the status of the mine as we learn more,” the tweet read.
On May 13, the DANMIN released a statement that the company has no plans to reopen Georgis Silver Mines.
“Unfortunately, we have to close Georgs Silver Mine as it is deemed to be unsafe and we are working closely with our partners to ensure that the public safety is safeguarded,” the DANNMIN said.
According, the Georgiastain Silver Mine was closed on June 28, 2016.
In August, DANN MINES stated that the site is now under “mineral control,” which is a state agency that oversees the operations of mining operations.
“While this situation is concerning, the company will be doing everything in its power to find the responsible party and take appropriate action,” the department said in a statement.
Georgiacs silver mine is a subsidiary of the Georos Silver Company.
According the website of the company, Georos silver mines are among the top mining sites in the world.
Georos mines are located in the heart of Montana’s Upper Peninsula.
The company’s name translates to “silver mine” and the mining company’s operations include the development of silver deposits in the Uintah River Basin and the Upper Basin.