Coricancha (Closed) zinc mine
The Coricancha mine is a hydrothermal low-sulphidation deposit. It is comprised by underground mining and a concentrator with 600kt/d processing capacity producing copper, lead and zinc concentrates and gold-silver dore. The mine is located in the Department of Lima, 90km east the Peruvian capital. In August 2013, Coricancha was put into care and maintenance because of the lower precious metal prices.