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Mexus looks to expand operations at its Santa Elena mine

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Global Mining Review,

Mexus Gold US has announced that gold production at its Santa Elena mine in Caborca, Mexico, continues daily.

Additional revenue will now allow the company to expand hours of operation and add staff, thus leading to an increase in production.

Mineralised material being mined has been assayed from 0.5 - 6 oz/t of gold and includes microscopic to barely visible gold. The microscopic gold starts to leach within 3 days with grades of 0.41 - 0.52 g/t with the larger particles taking longer and returning 3.1 g/t of gold.

Mexus is pleased with the net return to the pregnant pond.

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