Tinka Resources’ 100% owned 32.7 million ounce Colquipucro silver project is located in western Peru, approximately 190 km northeast of Lima. Read more
Tinka’s main project in Peru is the Colquipucro silver-lead-zinc project consisting of 46 contiguous mineral tenements covering an area of 10,234.85 hectares and located in the Department of Cerro de Pasco. The Company completed a 15-hole, 2,670m, Phase 1 diamond drill program in November 2007. All but one hole intercepted silver mineralization above cut-off grade and results included 60m grading 135 g/t silver, 44m grading 95 g/t silver from surface, 66m grading 83 g/t silver from surface, 10m grading 625 g/t silver, 8m grading 551 g/t silver, and 12m grading 4.4% zinc which is open at depth.
Resource Intelligence’s Doug Hadfield spoke with President and CEO Andrew Carter and David Henstridge, a technical director for the company.