Bald Mountain Mine

Project Highlights:

  • Heap Leach Facility
  • Trade-off Study

Tierra Group assisted the Bald Mountain Mine Project Development Team with an evaluation of potential uses for spent ore on legacy heap leach facilities. Tierra Group completed a collaborative trade-off study with site personnel evaluating spent ore use as overliner drainage media in future heap leach pad construction and/or expansion. Construction costs, environmental impacts, permitting and other implications were considered in the study.

Project Highlights:

  • Heap Leach Facility
  • Trade-off Study

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