Anaconda Mine

Project Highlights:

  • Trade-Off Studies

Tailings Storage Trade-Off Study

Tierra Group completed trade-off studies evaluating potential TSF sites to store 25 million tonnes of tailings. Trade-off studies included dam layouts, cost estimating, and recommendations for future work. Trade-off study challenges were minimizing costs while still providing feasible and environmentally sensitive alternatives.

Project Highlights:

  • Trade-Off Studies

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