Antamina is a polymetallic mining complex that produces copper, zinc and molybdenum concentrates.
The mine is located in north-central Peru, approximately 100 km east of Huaraz, at an elevation of 4,100 m. The main facilities consist of an open pit copper-zinc mine with rock waste dumps, a processing concentrator, and a tailings impoundment. Associated facilities include a 302 km-long concentrate pipeline and a concentrate dewatering and ship loading facility located at Puerto Punta Lobitos near Huarmey.
The mine will cease primary production in 2019 and the long-term stockpiles will be depleted in 2022.
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