Silver Mountain to restart mine, refurbish 2,000 tonne per day mill in Peru

The Castrovirreyna project is located in the mountainous region of Huancavelica, Peru. Credit: Silver Mountain Resources

Silver Mountain Resources (TSXV: AGMR) is set to embark on the restart process of its Castrovirreyna project in Huancavelica, Peru, beginning with refurbishment work on the 2,000 t/d concentrator plant.

A team of engineers will arrive on Friday morning to commence the work. The first stage of the process will be mainly focused in the crushing area, including the inspection, evaluation, and redesign of conveyor belts, chutes and apron feeders. Upon the completion of these activities, the company expects to focus on the other major areas of the plant such as grinding, flotation, filtering, thickening and complementary services such as mechanical, electrical and instrumentation.

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