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Kirovgrad zinc smelter project

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It was announced by Urals Mining & Metallurgical Co (UMMC) in early 2006 that it would be building a new zinc smelter in the Sverdlov region of Russia, the actual location likely to be at Kirovgrad. The capacity was planned to be 150kt/a slab zinc and the estimated capital cost, US$325M. Detailed design, using Outokumpu technology, would take place in 2007, with a focus on copper and precious metals by-products since the smelter was expected to take an anticipated increasing surplus of...

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    • Conc. Receipt / Storage
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    • Acid Plant
    • Leach Plant
    • Purification
    • Tankhouse
    • Casting Plant
    • Residue Disposal
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