Malanjkhand Copper Project

HINDUSTAN COPPER LIMITED 
MALANJKHAND COPPER PROJECT
  Introduction Malanjkhand is the biggest base metal (Copper) Open It Mine in India located at a distance of 90 kilometers North-East of Balaghat In Madhya Pradesh, at an altitude of 576 MRL. It falls in the tahisil of Baihar, which is 22 Kms away from the project, on the way to the district town, Balaghat. Government sanction for the Project was obtained in June 1977 and stripping operation started in August 1979, after the first shovel was commissioned and haul roads and shovel faces constructed. The mine at full production capacity will remove 11.5 million tones of overburden and waste rock, to recover 2 million tones of chalcopyrite ore of average grade 1.2 cu per annum. A total of 22.6 Km of diamond drilling in 91 bore holes has been carried out till September 1978 to explore ore reserves upto a depth 376 MRL

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Malanjkhand Copper Project


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GOPAKUMARAN NAIR,
Jan 4, 2009, 1:29 AM
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GOPAKUMARAN NAIR,
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GOPAKUMARAN NAIR,
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GOPAKUMARAN NAIR,
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GOPAKUMARAN NAIR,
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