Wastewater Treatment Plant
The Goro nickel-cobalt mine is located on the Goro plateau in the southern part of the Grand Terre Island that forms part of the New Caledonia archipelago Caledonia in the South Pacific.
The New Caledonia group of islands are located approximately 1,500km east of Australia in the south-western Pacific Ocean.
The Goro deposit comprises two types of oxidised ore underlying 15m-thick sterile rocks on the surface. The upper part of the deposit predominantly composed of iron oxides-rich lateritic ore, while the magnesium-silicates (saprolite ore) are found in the lower part of the deposit.
The Goro plateau is believed to hold one of the biggest nickel and cobalt-containing laterite deposits in the world. The Goro nickel-cobalt mine is a fully-integrated mining operation involving an open-pit mine, a processing plant and a port facility in the French island territory of New Caledonia in the South Pacific.
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