Interstate Mining Compact Commission
For decades, states have effectively regulated mining impacts in accordance with federal and state laws. These laws strike a balance between society's needs for the goods and energy produced from solid minerals and the need for protection of people and the environment.
The IMCC is a multi-state governmental organization supporting the natural resource and related environmental protection and mine safety and health interests of its member states.
For more information, visit Mining & The Role of IMCC
2023 Mid-Year Meeting
IMCC plans to hold its fall Mid-Year Meeting in Bozeman, Montana from October 16-18, 2023.
Further details as well as an agenda and handouts will be posted on our Meeting Info Page as they become available.
What do all these places have in common?
They're all reclaimed mine sites!
Download a free copy of the IMCC Reclamation poster here or ask us for a copy!
2023 IMCC National Awards Winners
Congratulations to the winners of the annual IMCC Reclamation, Minerals Education, and Mine Safety and Health Training Awards.
For more information on the awards criteria, as well as current and past winners, visit our Awards page.
The Reclamation Awards recognize companies and individuals for their outstanding achievements in reclamation.
Montana's Bill for IMCC Membership Advances
States Encourage Congress to Increase Hardrock AML Funding
IMCC and States Meet with OSMRE and Congressional Staff in Washington
Legislative Hearing on Bill H.R. 4248 (Rep. Cartwright)
"Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act Amendments of 2019"
- John Stefanko (Pennsylvania) Testifies
- Alan Edwards (Wyoming) Testifies