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The area of the Mine is located between geographical coordinates 26° 20´20,29” – 26° 25´ 36,76” South Latitude and  67° 51’ 35,97” – 67° 49´ 23,78” West Latitude; it is located in Antofagasta de la Sierra Department, Catamarca Province, con an average height of 4.100 and 4.300 mamsl, it has an area of 3.496 Has. 

In order to arrive to the area of the mina from San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca City, 644 Km are traveled by National Route N° 38 passing through the locations of Coneta, Huillapima & Chumbicha, later, a turn to National Route N° 60 towards Northwest passing through Aimogasta in order to connect with National Route N° 40 to reach Belén Department, and then to access through Provincial Route N° 43 to Villa of Antofagasta de la Sierra Departament and from there  transit 90 Km South through a mining track which leads to the work area.


On the ground area where the Legal Labor Study was made, an important quantity of saltpetre beds formed specially by nitrates, associated to sulfates and colloidal material, this bed has a variable thickness between 5 to 20 cm depending on the irregularities in the soil. 


Under that thick bed of compacted material a bank of not cohesive material can be seen.  It shows a brown color and an approximate thickness of 20 cm. The soil is sandy and the presence of subhedral and anhedral minerals can be seen. 

The following horizon belongs to a clayey ground with a white colored sandy silk  and a 30 cm thickness. Carbonate macroscopic fragments can be seen. the soil has a high content of salts and sulfates. 

The last horizon shown has a 30 cm thickness The soil is cohesive mostly composed of a brown colored clay, formed by subhedral and anhedral minerals, basically hydrated aluminum silicate, volcanic ashes, silts, sals, sulfates and carbonates. 


The project is ideal to a firm dedicated to Greenfield Projects.

It counts with an approved Environmental Study.