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Tayahua (Santiago) copper mine

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12 March 2018

Tayahua (Santiago) copper mine

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Tayahua is a typical hydrothermal deposit consisting of “two orebodies”: a big manto copper skarn (Santiago primary copper orebody 3km long, 40m width, 600m deep and still open at depth) and around it the lead-zinc replacement mineralisation hosted in veins and chimneys. In 2015 Tayahua operated a mill of 4kt/d for the copper ore and a mill of 1.5kt/d for the Pb-Zn ore. By mid 2017 it is expected to operate a 10kt/d copper concentrator, with the 4kt/d plant being placed on stand-by.

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