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  • General 2015-05-10
    AngloGold Ashanti Carrego do Sítio Mineracao (AGA Mineraçao) comprises two operational units, namely the Cuiaba and the Corrego do Sítio complexes. The Cuiabá complex includes the Cuiaba and Lamego mines and the Cuiaba and Queiroz plants. In operation for 26 years, the Cuiaba mine is principally a cut-and-fill mine accessed by ramp and shaft. Lamego is a new mine developed to mine an underground sulphide ore. The first stage of the processing of the ore from Cuiaba and Lamego mines is in the gold plant at the Cuiaba complex, where concentrate is produced. The material is then transported 15km by aerial ropeway to the Queiroz plant where milling, flotation, roasting, leaching, precipitation and refining occur. Total capacity of the complete circuit is 1.65Mt/year and recoveries of 93% are achieved.

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