Contractor Servimin Sara starts mining at Consolidated Zinc Plomosas in Mexico

first_imgdescribed in an announcement to the ASX dated 10 August, 2018. Mexican mining contractor Servimin Sara hasworked previously at Plomosas providing ground support and exploration mining activities and was mobilised tocommence mining the high-grade Tres Amigos mineralisation from level 5 where there is immediate access.Servimin Sara will initially mine 3,000 t of high-grade mineralisation in the first month, ramping up to 7,500 t/mth by the end of December 2018. October will be the first full month of high-grade feed delivery to Santa Eulalia. Consolidated Zinc Ltd announces it will commence mining at its Plomosas zinc-lead-silver project in northern Mexico. This follows the company entering into a processing and offtake agreement with Grupo Mexico through their nearby Santa Eulalia concentrator with the Plomosas concentrate sold and delivered to Grupo Mexico’s San Luis Potosi smelter. Mining will employ airleg stoping with the possible use of room and pillar methods wherethe dip of mineralisation makes this feasible. Equipment includes a 5 yd3 Atlas Copco Wagner (now part of Epiroc) Scooptram.The CZL Board has approved the development plan and mining will commence immediately with monthly receipts commencing mid October 2018. Mining will follow the mine schedule prepared by Cube Consulting Pty Ltdaslast_img

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