Bagdad Mine Mill


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First mill at Bagdad. It began operation in 1928 to process ore from the then-underground mine operations. That mill had a 10 ton/day capacity. The current Bagdad operation consists of an 77,100 metric ton-per-day concentrator that produces copper and molybdenum concentrate, an SX/EW plant that will produce approximately 9 million pounds per year of copper cathode from solution generated by low-grade stockpile leaching, and a pressure-leach plant to process molybdenum concentrate.


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