Jaurdi taking shape

A WORKSHOP and a 32-man camp have been completed on site and the pads for the power station and fuel farm have been built as the Jaurdi gold project in Western Australia’s Eastern Goldfields takes shape.

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The semi-autogenous grinding mill from Lawlers being taken for refurbishment in February.

The area for the processing plant has also been cleared and sheeted.

A process water borefield has been identified and developed and Lawlers plant items that project owner Beacon Minerals bought in February have been relocated.

The run-of-mine pad is partially completed and the construction of the tailings storage facility tailings line and decant water line to the Black Cat open pit is ongoing.

Mining has also started on site and 103,000 bank cubic metres of topsoil and waste were mined through August. The company received its mining approvals in June.

On September 11 Beacon received WA Department of Water and Environmental Regulation approval to build and commission the 500,000 tonne per annum gold processing facility at Jaurdi.

Beacon will a...