Nevada Copper has transitioned from pre-construction works to full-scale construction at its 100% owned Pumpkin Hollow underground copper project 10 miles southeast of Yerington, Nevada, which in turn is an approximate 80-mile drive southeast of Reno. The underground deposit measures approximately 2,000 ft by 1,200 ft and consists of flat-lying to gently dipping, bedding-controlled, stacked mineralized zones within the limestone of the Mason Valley formation at depths of 1,400 ft to 2,200 ft.
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