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Extension of the Peruvian state of emergency at the Santander lead-zinc mine owned by Trevali is expected to affect 2000 tons per day of processing volume
Apr 1,2020 10:22CST
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SMM4, January 1: the Peruvian president announced that the government will extend the national emergency operation to extend the travel restrictions to April 12, an increase of 13 days from the original 15 days.

Since Peru declared a state of emergency, Trevali's Santander lead-zinc mine has continued to operate and has not been significantly affected. However, due to the extension of the state of emergency and the consumption of reagents at the site, the company will not be able to process the ore during the extension period, which is expected to affect the processing volume of 2000 tons per day. However, mining and other activities will continue until 12 April 2020, when the company is expected to return to normal production levels, including pulverizing at the mine.

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