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Kasrık mine

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Location  Mardin
Country  Turkey
Company  Etibank
town  Mardin Province
Products  Phosphates
Opened  1973

The Kasrık mine is a large mine in the south-east of Turkey in Mardin Province 743 km south-east of the capital, Ankara. Kasrık represents one of the largest phosphates reserve in Turkey having estimated reserves of 110 million tonnes of ore grading 25% P2O5.

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Kasrık mine Wikipedia


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