INTERA, in collaboration with our Colombian strategic partner Servicios Hidrogeológicos Integrales (SHI), has completed the environmental characterization of mine waste, surface water, and groundwater for the Cordoba Minerals NI 43-101 Feasibility Study. The results of the study were integrated into an NI 43-101 Technical Report. Patrick Williamson, Principal Hydrogeochemist at INTERA, was the Qualified Person for Section 20 of the Report. The proposed mine plan features an innovative co-disposal waste management facility that will employ alternating layers of waste rock with thickened tailings, effectively isolating potentially acid-generating rock in an extremely low permeability mass of tailings. The INTERA/SHI team also prepared significant portions of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report, which is a key permitting document for a mining license. This work was featured in Cordoba Minerals press release following the Completion of the NI 43-101 Feasibility Study for the Alacran Project in Colombia. To view the article, visit: Cordoba Minerals | Copper Gold Mining Investment Opportunities for Investors. Cordoba Minerals President and CEO, Sarah Armstrong-Montoya, also referred to Patrick’s presentation regarding the work when she was interviewed by the Colombia Gold Symposium Director, Paul Harris in this interview,

To learn more about INTERA’s mining solutions, visit: