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Haddington plant

HADDINGTON International Resources is set to commission its tantalite processing plant at Bald Hill, southeast of Kambalda, by the end of the week.

The plant will process 200,000 tonnes of ore per annum from the Bald Hill project, which commenced mining seven weeks ago and has an estimated life of six years.

Haddington managing director Colin McCavana said the company hoped to ship its first concentrates by the end of July.

Haddington also plans to construct a processing plant at its Cattlin Creek tantalite project at Ravensthorpe, to be operational by the end of the year.

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