Reporting An AML Site


What is an AML Problem?
These are abandoned mines(coal and non-coal) and lands that present an immediate danger to the public health, safety, and general welfare. Abandoned mine land problems include: landslides, open portals and shafts, subsidence, and waste bank or underground mine fires near homes, roadways, and populated areas. Because health, safety, and property is threatened a rapid response is critical.

Where should the AML problem be reported?
Abandoned Mine Land problems can be reported to Navajo AML Reclamation Department:

Window Rock, AZ
Toll Free at 1-866-458-4390

Tuba City AML, Tuba City, AZ
Toll Free at 1-800-220-7834

Shiprock AML, Shiprock, NM
Toll Free at 1-800-215-6226

Or you can report An AML Site here, simply scroll down and fill out the information below. Please provide detailed information, a printable form is also available located on the right colum of the webiste in the box labled Forms,  thank you

What Information needs to be reported? 
When reporting an Abandoned Mine Land problems you should include your name and telephone number, a brief description of the problem, location of the site, and the name and telephone number of any other person(s) who is knowledgeable about the problem.

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