Angas Zinc Mine is located on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, 2km from the town of Strathalbyn, 60km from the state’s capital city Adelaide, and 70km from the sea port of Port Adelaide.
The Angas Zinc Mine has an existing Indicated and Inferred Resource of 1,200,000 at 5.8% Zinc and Lead which is located adjacent to existing mine workings. The site includes both underground access, polymetalic float processing plant and a tailings storage facility.
Currently in Care and Maintenance, Terramin is reviewing options for reopening with the strengthening zinc price. Terramin are in the midst of feasibility studies, to ultimately utilise the Angas processing and tailings facilities for the treatment of high-grade gold ore from the Bird-in-Hand Project, approximately 35 km to the north.
For more on the Bird-in-Hand Gold Project click here.
Terramin continue to have a positive relationship with the Strathalbyn community. Community consultation has always been achieved with the following principles of communication, transparency, collaboration, inclusiveness and integrity.
To read our full Community Engagement Policy, click here.
The Strathalbyn Community Consultative Committee, chaired by Mr Kelvin Trimper, meet quarterly, however, any member of the public may attend. The next SCCC is on Thursday, 24 November 2016 at 7:00pm at the Angas Zinc Mine, 2115 Callington Road, Strathalbyn.
To read the SCCC Terms of Reference, please click here.
To read the SCCC Chairman’s Agreement, please click here.
To access SCCC Meeting Minutes and Presentations, please click here.
To read all past newsletters, please click here.
To see the Mine and Closure Information Sheets, please click here.