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Mexus continues progress at Santa Elena mine, Mexico

Published by , Editorial Assistant
Global Mining Review,


Mexus Gold US announced that additional material from the Julio vein has been crushed and placed on the heap leach pad. Leaching on the pad has been continuous since 16 January 2020 with results of 0.26 g/t to 0.45 g/t of pregnant solution returning to the pond. Additional increased values from this new material should start returning to the pregnant pond by 28 January 2020.

The crew at the Santa Elena mine has added additional recovery equipment and have confirmed that recovery is now at 100% from solution. The Julio and Lucky Strike pit keep expanding with 1.2 g/t to 9 g/t gold and an overall average of 4 g/t gold.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/27012020/mexus-continues-progress-at-santa-elena-mine-mexico/

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