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LaRonde zinc mine

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06 December 2018

LaRonde zinc mine

Report summary

LaRonde is one of the deepest mines in the Western Hemisphere with its 2.2km deep Penna Shaft. Underground production is from the LaRonde and El Coco properties, using a combination of longitudinal retreat and transverse open stoping mining methods. Processing is relatively straightforward with grinding, differential flotation - copper/lead flotation and separation, zinc flotation and zinc tailings precious metals leaching circuits followed by carbon-in-leach (CIL) recovery. Mine life is estimated at 8 years until 2024, with the possibility of a further 2 year extension with production from LaRonde Zone 5. In 2016, payable production totalled 306koz Au, 988koz Ag, 4.7kt Zn and 4.4kt Cu. 

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