Cornish Metals provides update on South Crofty Tin Project

Cornish Metals has said activities “continue at a good pace” for the South Crofty Tin Project.
The Canadian-headquartered mining company has updated inventors to say it has made “good progress”, as it targets production in 2026 at the historic mine, near Redruth in Cornwall, which closed in 1998.
The AIM-listed firm confirmed that the commencement of dewatering is on track for later this summer. The company provided details on the first submersible pump, which has been suspended in the New Cooks Kitchen shaft.
This is the first of two to be installed in the shaft for stage one of the two-stage mine dewatering programme. Installation …