Tombstone ready to put Harquahala into play

Arizona, US-headquartered Tombstone Exploration has outlined an assertive plan for its Harquahala project in Salome, La Paz County, Arizona, now that it has received the full construction approvals for the new mine.
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The Harquahala project does not yet have a production date, but construction will begin immediately in Arizona, US

The company said the surface mine's construction, which begins immediately, will include a 242,000-cubic-yard heap leach pad and a double-lined pregnant solution pond with a capacity of over 4.1 million gallons.

It is hoping to begin active gold production quickly after the completion of construction, and recover an estimated 26,000-50,000 ounces of gold with an overall potential of between 1 and 1.5Moz. It will also be targeting silver and copper production.

It did not disclose a target mining start date.

Tombstone is developing the new project in partnership with Goldrock Resources; their joint venture is called Bonanza Mining.