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Development of the largest tin deposit will begin in Chukotka

Development of the largest tin deposit will begin in Chukotka
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PJSC Rusolovo won the auction for the development of the Pyrkakayskie Shtokverki deposit in Chukotka. The reserves are estimated at 350 thousand tons of tin and 21 thousand tons of tungsten. The rock also contains gold, silver and copper.

As reported on his page in Instagram Governor of Chukotka Roman Kopin, the period of stable production at the field is 30 years. According to him, another large enterprise will appear in the district, which will make the region's economy more stable, new jobs will appear, and budget revenues will increase.

Roman Kopin also noted that the project will be implemented close to the floating nuclear power plant. It will be able to provide the required amount of "clean" and reliable energy, and this guarantees that the production will go on without interruption and harm to the environment.

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