What’s Happening with the Project

Resolution Copper Q1 2020 Scorecard

Resolution Copper Q1 2020 Scorecard

Resolution Copper continues to publish a quarterly scorecard to report on metrics that the community said they find most valuable, including safety, local employment, building the economy, investing in the community, protecting the environment, and permitting progress. Click here to see the latest scorecard.

Partnership Delivers Clean Drinking Water to Vulnerable Communities in Arizona

Partnership Delivers Clean Drinking Water to Vulnerable Communities in Arizona

04 May 2020 Superior, Ariz. – Resolution Copper is partnering with the Mesa Chamber of Commerce and the United Food Bank to provide more than 50,000 cans of safe, clean drinking water to vulnerable communities in Arizona. With temperatures reaching triple-digits already and government officials saying this will be a difficult summer for heat relief, … Continued

Resolution Copper 2020 Scholarship Program

Resolution Copper 2020 Scholarship Program

We are pleased to announce the 2020 Resolution Copper Scholarship Program is open and accepting applications through April 15, 2020. The program provides financial assistance to graduates in their pursuit of higher education while encouraging students to explore career opportunities in the mining industry and related fields. Over the years, local students have received more … Continued

How to get involved

Take a Tour

Take a Tour

Get a sense of the project site with a one-hour tour of our grounds in Superior, Arizona. Hard hats included!

Have your say

Have your say

Share your views and comments on our detailed plans for the Resolution Copper mine. Email us at info@resolutioncopper.com, call our Project Information Line or visit our Mine Information Offices.

Get to Know Us

Get to Know Us

Join us for a community meeting about the proposed mine.

Learn what Resolution Copper is all about:

  • Our vision is to be a world class miner
  • Expected to create thousands of jobs
  • Same local economic impact as hosting two Super Bowls a year for 60 years in Arizona

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