Xstrata submits environment study on Chile copper mine
Nov 25, 2008 | 10:18 AM
| Anne Riley
Xstrata Copper has submitted an environmental impact study (EIS) for its El Morro copper project in Chile, moving the $2.5-billion project one step closer to production.
"This is another important step for the El Morro project to progress the option of building a copper mine at El Morro in the future," Marcial Maturana, general manager at El Morro, said in a statement. "Through extensive community consultation, we have taken care to design a project that....
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