RED WING MINE
Current [Operational] Business Resuscitation Investment
1 500 000.00
This project is located at another historic mining district with mining dating back to 1889. Production in the area was consolidated into one entity in 1896 and between 1966 and 2004, more than 1.1 million ounces of gold were produced here. The mine was flooded in recent years and is currently being dewatered. In 2014, there was stop-gap production from sands retreatment of only 104 ounces. Redwing Mine is a combined underground and sand/slime retreatment operation, with one processing plant dedicated to underground operations and another to surface sand operations. The former uses a combination of conventional milling, gravity concentration, Merril Crowe(the Merrill–Crowe Process is a separation technique for removing gold from the solution obtained by the cyanide leaching of gold ores) and carbon-in pulp to process the ore. The latter uses a combination of conventional milling, leaching, carbon-in-leach and elution circuits. The Asset is currently in operation and being processed.
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