Rosario and Ujina Deposits
The exploitation is carried out in open pit and is concentrated in the Rosario and Ujina fields. These are located in the commune of Pica, Tarapacá Region, in the extreme north of Chile at an average altitude of 4,400 meters above sea level.
The production of copper concentrate is transferred as pulp through a two-pipeline system, 7 and 8 inches respectively and 203 km long, to the Collahuasi Maritime Terminal in the Patache sector, located 65 km south of Iquique .
To take care of this environment, the operation considers a sustainable management of water resources, the care of biodiversity and the environment in general.