UNDERGROUND

Paste filling Woodlawn

DEVELOP plans to use paste backfilling to target 5.1 million tonnes of mineralisation next to historical underground workings at its Woodlawn zinc-copper project in New South Wales, by cranking up the unused paste fill plant on site.

 Woodlawn mine site

Woodlawn mine site

While the previous owners of Woodlawn processed 13.8Mt of ore from open pit, underground and minor satellite deposits from 1978-1998, millions of tonnes of tailings were left in situ, with the intention...

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