Rye Patch Gold Loads Leach Pad at Florida Canyon

- January 5th, 2017

Rye Patch Gold (TSXV:RPM) has announced that within four months of starting the Florida Canyon Restart Project in Nevada, it has achieved loading oxide material onto the South Heap Leach Pad Expansion. As quoted in the press release: “The Florida Canyon team has worked to achieve this transformational milestone with great enthusiasm,” William C. Howald, … Continued

Rye Patch Gold (TSXV:RPM) has announced that within four months of starting the Florida Canyon Restart Project in Nevada, it has achieved loading oxide material onto the South Heap Leach Pad Expansion.
As quoted in the press release:

“The Florida Canyon team has worked to achieve this transformational milestone with great enthusiasm,” William C. Howald, Rye Patch’s President and CEO, said. “The Project was completed in just four months and has placed the Company on the verge of becoming Nevada’s next gold producer.”
The Florida Canyon Restart Project consisted of three key elements: refurbishing the mining fleet, moving the crusher and building the new leach pad.
The December purchase of an additional Caterpillar 993K loader completes the mining fleet. The fleet now consists of three loaders, eleven 150-ton haul trucks and five 100-ton haul trucks.
Mining commenced from the Jasperoid Hill deposit on November 1, 2016, and oxide material has been stockpiled adjacent to the crusher. With the crusher fully operational as of December 24, 2016, material is now being placed on the lower one-third portion of the phase one cell of the new leach pad. To date, approximately 45,500 tonnes have been placed on the pad.

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