Overview

The Barruecopardo Project

The Barruecopardo Project has a mining history dating back almost 100 years. It is located in the Salamanca Province of western Spain, an area of substantial historic tungsten production. For the majority of its operating life Barruecopardo was the largest tungsten mine in Spain, producing a high quality tungsten concentrate from an open-pit mining and related processing operations.

Activities ceased at the old mine in the early 1980’s.

Saloro is modifying the historic site into a modern, efficient, responsible and sustainable mining and processing operation producing a tungsten rich concentrate product for sale.

Construction is underway with commissioning scheduled for late 2017, and will full production from early 2018.

Key Facts

Metal:  Tungsten

Location:  Spain – Castilla y Leon

Production Rate:  260,000 mtus WO3 (steady state)

Status:  Permitted. Funded. In Construction

Ownership:  100%

Barruecopardo 3D Flythrough

Take a Simulated Tour of the Barruecopardo Mine with our 3D Flythrough Video. Click play on the video to the left.

Barruecopardo Gallery