June 1, 2016
Starcore International Mines (TSX:SAM) is pleased to provide you with a photo update of our operations. At our flagship property, the San Martin gold mine in Querétaro, Mexico, the addition of a CIL plant to process carbonaceous ore is underway and running smoothly. We have also included photos from the Altiplano precious metals processing facility, in Matehuala, Mexico, and our first doré bar pour.
First Foundation bases poured and rebar reinforcement for retaining wall, in preparation for the CIL plant, March 22, 2016.
March 29th 2016, Concrete being poured for the floor, in preparation for CIL plant
Ground Preparation, foundation excavation early March 2016 for CIL plant
May 22nd, 2016, First building columns erected in preparation the CIL plant
Roughly 100,000 tons of ore (2012) blocked out in the mine that will benefit from the carbon in leach (CIL) plant changeover.
Carbonaceous vein underground
Recently Installed retaining wall and strip vessel, in preparation for the CIL plant
Armored car departing the Altiplano facility with gold/silver doré bars.
Aerial view of the Altiplano concentrate processing facility.
Atomic Adsorption Analytical equipment in the assay lab of Altiplano.
Agitator tank containing slurry.
Panoramic view of Altiplano from the highway.
Night time operation of the Altiplano facility.
You can keep up-to-date with our assets through the photo section on our investor friendly website by clicking on this link: https://starcore.com/operations/photo-gallery. For further information on Starcore International Mines, please contact:
85 Richmond Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
North America Toll free: 1-866-602-4935
Toronto, Canada: 416-640-1936
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