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    08/20, 4:19am
    Fort Knox, Alaska
    25
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    Toronto, Ontario
    30
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    Kettle River-Buckhorn, Washington
    23
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    Round Mountain, Nevada
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    Bald Mountain, Nevada
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    Maricunga, Chile
    27
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    Paracatu, Brazil
    39
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    Mauritania, West Africa
  • 28
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    08/20, 12:19pm
    Chirano, Ghana
    23
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    08/20, 3:19pm
    Moscow, Russia
    14
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    08/20, 10:19pm
    Magadan, Russia
    11
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    08/20, 10:19pm
    Kupol, Russia
    24
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    08/20, 1:19pm
    Las Palmas, Spain
    23
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    08/20, 9:19am
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
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TSX:K
4.69
-0.09 (-1.88%)
NYSE:KGC
1500.4
-12.1 (-0.8%)
GOLD
  • 9
    °C
    08/20, 4:19am
    Fort Knox, Alaska
    25
    °C
    08/20, 8:19am
    Toronto, Ontario
    30
    °C
    08/20, 5:19am
    Kettle River-Buckhorn, Washington
    23
    °C
    08/20, 5:19am
    Round Mountain, Nevada
  • 23
    °C
    08/20, 5:19am
    Bald Mountain, Nevada
    12
    °C
    08/20, 10:19am
    Maricunga, Chile
    27
    °C
    08/20, 9:19am
    Paracatu, Brazil
    39
    °C
    08/20, 12:19pm
    Mauritania, West Africa
  • 28
    °C
    08/20, 12:19pm
    Chirano, Ghana
    23
    °C
    08/20, 3:19pm
    Moscow, Russia
    14
    °C
    08/20, 10:19pm
    Magadan, Russia
    11
    °C
    08/20, 10:19pm
    Kupol, Russia
    24
    °C
    08/20, 1:19pm
    Las Palmas, Spain
    23
    °C
    08/20, 9:19am
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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Why Does Kettle River Need Coconuts to Make Gold?

Did you know? The Kettle River mill uses carbon made of burnt coconut shells in its milling process. The activated carbon manufactured from coconut shells is considered more effective for the adsorption of gas and vapour, and for the removal of colour and odour of compounds.

Carbon by the numbers:

  • One (1) gram of carbon has the surface area of 500 square meters (0.12 acres or 5,382 sq. ft.)
  • 10-25 grams of carbon has the surface area of a football field
  • 25 grams of carbon is approximately the size of an adult’s palm

Kettle River mill.

 
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