Alex Borrelli, chief executive of BMR Mining (LON:BMR), discusses the company’s plans to generate revenue by extracting lead and zinc from the vast tailings deposits at the Kabwe mine in Zambia.

Kabwe was discovered at the turn of the 20th century but officially closed down in 1994 due to its operations becoming uneconomic at that time.

Now BMR is developing a pilot plant for its Kabwe lead and zinc project in Zambia that will be able to process a minimum of five tons of tailings or waste rock an hour.

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  1. Guys, uyu gelo, bushe, bushe fya chine “Processing Five Tons an hour” or is it “5 Stones an hour??”

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  2. that will be good for kabwe pipo and that is a beauty for life other pipo are running out of Zambia others are comimg

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    • The material is tailings, that is the waste spoil which is already on the surface. Processing it will reduce the toxic waste, when its all gone the surface will be cleared.

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