The York Potash Project

15 Feb 2018
Penryn, Cornwall

Cornish Institute of Engineers Lecture

 

Mark Wilmot - Chief Mine Planning Engineer, Sirius Minerals Ltd

 

The York Potash project is a new polyhalite mine located south of Whitby in North Yorkshire. The deposit has a resource od 2.66 billion metric tonnes and the proposed mine is being planned to produce 20 million tonnes per year.

Located in a National Park, the mined polyhalite will be transported 23 miles underground on a high speed conveyor to the materials handling facility thus minimising the environmental impact.

This talk will give an overview and state of play on the project.

 

Time

6.00pm

Venue and booking

Event Location: 
DDM Lecture Theatre A
Penryn Campus
Penryn
Cornwall
TR10 9FE
United Kingdom
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