Santa Fe Gold Reports a Milestone in the Mining Operations at the site of Billali Mine

Santa Fe Gold Corporation has announced the major developments in its permitted mining operations which are operational at the site of Billali Mine in the District of Grant county New Mexico Steeple Rock.

Mining and Minerals Division of New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department has now granted a ground water discharge permit to the Santa Fe Gold for discharging the ground water from the Billali Mine.

The permit receipt allows the company to start the active development that are lies down in lower levels of the mine. It’s important because the lower level of the mine which is 230 level coems with a 50 feet and makes the historic diamond drill intercepts lies with the values higher to stay at around 0.45 oz/ton gold and 32.9 oz/ton silver above the hollowed out lengths around 8.5 feet.

Santa Fe is currently involved in setting up mine’s 30 and the 130 levels. After adding the accessible 230 level ït will be the a signifiacnt progress for teh company inline with making a resource base adequate to commission a floatation mill at permitted crushing and screening site near Duncan of the Arizona.

Brian Adair, the Company’s Chairman, added: “I would like to thank our experienced mining team for the excellent progress to date in development of both the Jim Crow and Billali mines. We look forward, in the near future, to additional announcements relating to our progress and ongoing developments.”

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