Quiruvilca mine

Quiruvilca mine

Quiruvilca is an underground, polymetalic, low sulphidation epithermal deposit (Ag with Zn/Pb/Cu/Au credits) located in the Santiago de Chuco Province, in the La Libertad Region, Peru. Quiruvilca is located approximately 80 km away from the city of Trujillo, at a height of 3,700 meters above sea level. The total land package for Quiruvilca covers 4,773 hectares.

Milestones

  • 2012

    Pan American Silver sold the operation to Southern Peaks Mining

Detailed engineering

Anddes Asociados

Detailed engineering for Santa Catalina tailing dam expansion.

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Geotechnical studies

Anddes Asociados

Study of physical stability for Santa Catalina tailings pond dike and San Felipe sludge dam.

Geotechnical monitoring of mining facilities including tailings dam Santa Catalina, San Felipe sludge tank, Luz Angelica 3800 tank clearance, Luz Angelica 3870 clearance tank, former Almirvilca deposit, former deposit Codiciada.

Source: Anddes Asociados

Feasibility studies

Anddes Asociados

Feasibility and alternatives studies of tailings deposit as well as dump deposit.

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Engineering and Design

Anddes Asociados

Design of Santa Catalina tailings dam reservoir expansion.

Source: Anddes Asociados
SVS Ingenieros
2008

Closure Plan

SVS Ingenieros

Concentrator

Tailings Storage Facility

Tailings Storage Facility

More contracts, contractors and photos are included in the PDF.

Snapshot

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