Standardized Reclamation Cost Estimator

Nevada Standardized Reclamation Cost Estimator

This website hosts the Nevada Standardized Reclamation Cost Estimator (SRCE) software that was originally developed as a cooperative effort between the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Mining Regulation and Reclamation (NDEP), the U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Nevada Mining Association (NvMA). The focus of that effort was to facilitate accuracy, completeness and consistency in the calculation of costs for mine site closure and reclamation.

The project was implemented largely on a voluntary basis with initial funding provided the NvMA. The SRCE software continues to be developed and supported on a voluntary basis, and the model is publicly available free of charge. For more information on the project please see the About SRCE page.

To help you make better use of the model and help us continue to improve it, we’ve provided a number of resources here to help you report and resolve problems, suggest improvements and learn about the model and the Nevada Standardized Unit Cost project.

SRCE 2.0 Beta Release is here!!!

After several years of development, SRCE 2.0 is now ready for public release as a beta version. There are significant changes to this version including detailed scheduling, filtering capabilities, new features and improved performance. See the What’s New page to get the latest information the beta version of SRCE 2.0.

September 27, 2017. Download the file from the Downloads page.

Updated Versions (1.4.1 Build 16b and Build 17 (Nevada) Now Available!

See the What’s New page to get the latest information about the updated version of the model (Version 1.4.1 Build 16c or Version 1.4.1 Build 17) updated to work with Excel 2016. July 31, 2017.

2017 Standard Cost Data File for Version 1.4.1 Build 17 (Nevada)

The new 2017 Nevada Standardized Cost Data File is available for download from the NDEP website. This Data file must be used for bond cost estimates in the state of Nevada beginning on August 1, 2017.