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Trevali puts $111m price tag on Namibia mine expansion

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Vancouver-headquartered base metals miner Trevali has announced positive feasibility study results for an expansion of the Rosh Pinah zinc/lead mine, in Namibia, affirming robust project economics, while reducing carbon intensity and water consumption.

The Rosh Pinah Expansion 2.0 (RP2.0) increased the project capital expenditure by nearly 20% to $111-million, from $93-million in the prefeasibility study of a year earlier.

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