Mardin mine

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Mardin mine
Location
Location Mardin
town Mardin Province
Country Turkey
Production
Products Phosphates
History
Opened 1966
Owner
Company Etibank

The Mardin mine is a large mine in Mardin Province, in the south-east of Turkey, 743 km south-east of the capital, Ankara. Mardin represents one of the largest phosphates reserves in Turkey having estimated reserves of 200 million tonnes of ore grading 11% P2O5.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Geochemical proximity indicators" (PDF). mta.gov.tr. 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-02. 

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