Mon, Jun 20, 2011 - 6:33pm
What I like about Impact is they have performed well on developing mines. Currently bringing new mine into production. Their latest drilling results have been excellent and serious room for growth.
|June 07, 2011
||Impact Silver Receives Final Drill Results From GCC (Golondrinas, Cuchara, Chontalpan) Sector, Mexico
|June 02, 2011
||IMPACT Silver Intersects 6.96g/t Gold across 4.24m at Huatecosco Gold-Silver Prospect, Mexico
|May 30, 2011
||Impact Silver Announces Record Revenues & Silver Production in First Quarter 2011
|May 24, 2011
||Impact Silver Intersects 304g/t Silver And 4.51g/t Gold Across 5.0 Meters at Capire
Gravy, indeed. In addition to the Guadalupe Mill—currently being fed by the company’s Chivo, San Ramon and Noche Buena mines—Impact is in the final permitting stages for a pilot plant at its Capire deposit. Capire is situated on the company’s 200-square-kilometre Mamatla Silver District, 16 kilometres to the southwest of Zacualpan, and has a current measured and indicated mineral resource estimate of 7.2 million ounces silver, 95.6 million pounds zinc and 37.3 million pounds lead. It is anticipated to start production in late 2011.
Edited by: SushiSioux on Nov 8, 2014 - 5:09am