The Peak Gold Mine, located in New South Wales, Australia, provided gold deposits and copper concentrate throughout the Asian Market from 1896 to 1920.
While the Peak Gold Mine concluded production long before the change of the millennium, production resurfaced at the mine in the mid 2000s, thanks to the discovery of additional gold.
Despite challenging ground conditions, miners at the Peak Gold Mine have uncovered 99,072 ounces of gold, along with 9,070 tons of copper, and have a predicted working life through 2020.
So how was this massive amount of materials unearthed from a century-old mine? Continue reading to learn how ERICO Ground Enhancement Material (GEM) improved the grounding system and power quality at Peak Gold Mine.