The source, amount, and delivered cost of water are important elements in a placer operation. In many cases they determine the type of equipment or mining method used. Water estimates for new or proposed operations are generally based on experience or working data obtained from comparable operations.
The water required for various working methods varies widely and depends on many factors. Examples that folow are intended only to show the possible range.
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