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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Are you blasting?

What is your approach for water usage? 

Are you mining underground?

No.

Why is copper important?

Copper is a major metal and an essential element in the modern world. It is found in ore deposits around the world and is the oldest metal known to man. 

Today, copper is the backbone of our future, playing a major role in transportation, communication, electricity delivery and storage, medical devices, technology, infrastructure, and even the food chain. 

Our water is sourced from a private well and we will recycle and reuse every drop possible.

What is copper used for? 

Copper is used in an array of industries such as construction and manufacturing. The transition to green energy is anticipated to significantly increase copper demands due to its uses in expanding electricity networks and clean energy technologies, such as electric vehicles.

No, we are exploring the local geology. We are not mining.

Is copper recyclable? 

Yes. As a 100% recyclable material, copper can be reused over and over again with no loss to its physical properties. 

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