Intec competes pre-feasibility

PROCESS technology company Intec will have to spend $137-153 million developing a polymetallic project in Tasmania based on tailings from the Hellyer mine and possibly the co-treatment of zinc bearing residues such as electric arc furnace dust.

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A pre-feasibility study has shown that treatment of tailings at a rate of 1 million tonnes per annum for 11 years would cost $153 million and produce 25,480t of zinc, 29,400t of lead, 1440t of copper,

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