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CAML to restart Sasa plant after tailings spill

Central Asia Metals (CAML) will restart its Sasa processing plant in North Macedonia after receiving permission to store tailings at an old facility.

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Central Asia Metals' Sasa operation is located in North Macedonia, approximately 150km east of the capital city, Skopje

Central Asia Metals' Sasa operation is located in North Macedonia, approximately 150km east of the capital city, Skopje

The AIM-listed company was forced to shut down its plant on Monday after around 3,000 cubic metres of tailings material leaked into a local river. Environmental authorities in North Macedonia gave CAML...

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