development rock

development rock

[də′vel·əp·mənt ‚räk]
(mining engineering)
Rock containing both barren and valuable rock, broken during development work.
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Ted Jenkins Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Development Rock Creek Pharmaceuticals 2040 Whitfield Avenue, Suite 300 Sarasota, FL 34243 Direct: 941-251-0488 tjenkins@rockcreekpharmaceuticals.
scheduling of investment dollars, and stockpiling of development rock to
Water Management Consultants are supervising rock characterization for mine development rock and tailings under a program approved by the State of Alaska.
When this is combined with testing of development rock in large
Test pits were also excavated in the foundations of the development rock dumps and plant site.
Total gold ounces is mineral reserve ounces plus development rock ounces.
The stockpiled ore, which is low grade development rock drawn from several orebodies, graded 0.
This is very good grade development rock and reinforces the importance of the disseminated mineralization.
The Corporation is pleased to announce that the 250,000-tonne per month double drum Koepe winder has been successfully re-commissioned and hoisting of low-grade gold bearing development rock, through the newly installed hanging tower, has commenced ahead of schedule.
Since early 2004, Golden Bear has been advancing the proprietary Ceramext(TM) technology, which converts mine tailings, mine development rock, coal fly ash, and other mineral "waste" materials into high quality stone products that can take the form of floor, wall and roof tiles, bricks, pavers and other high strength architectural members.
The applications also include provisions for the IMMC to operate a ceramic products manufacturing plant, initially using recycled development rock from the construction of the ramp and later from mine waste tailings from gold production.
The construction of a decline may also enable the production of ceramics from the development rock (the rock from the excavation of the decline).
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