Mina San Francisco

Project Highlights:

  • Ubicación de fugas de geomembrana

Tierra Group realizó pruebas geo-eléctricas para localizar fugas presentes en los revestimientos de geo-membrana subyacente a un Canal de Conducción de Solución, Sumideros 1 y 2 y el Estanque Intermedio en la mina San Francisco de Timmins Gold Corp en Sonora, México. Se realizaron procedimientos de pruebas de detección de fugas conforme a normas ASTM D7002 y ASTM D7007.

Project Highlights:

  • Ubicación de fugas de geomembrana

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