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About Us

Emerita is a Canadian mineral resources exploration company dedicated to the acquisition, exploration, research and development of prospective mining properties in the Iberian Pyrite Belt (Spain) with a focus on traditional base metals (zinc, lead and copper) and precious metals (silver and gold).

The company has a 100% interest in the Iberian Belt West (IBW) project that contains a combined 18.8 Mt maiden mineral resource including a 14.07 Mt indicated resource at 7.63% ZnEq and a 4.71 Mt inferred resource at 9.29% ZnEq. The company also holds the Nuevo Tintillo project, both located in the famous Iberian Pyrite Belt in southern Spain. Emerita is also awaiting a final court decision on the Aznalcóllar mine - one of the largest undeveloped zinc assets in the world - that contains the Los Frailes and Aznalcóllar deposits, both former past producing open pit mines.

Iberian Belt West

Project Location
Province of Huelva, Southern Spain

The IBW Project is hosted within the renowned Iberian Pyrite Belt, one of the most productive VMS terranes in the world.

IBW hosts three previously identified high-grade deposits: La Infanta, Romanera & El Cura. All deposits are open for expansion along strike and at depth. The area has a long history of mining that dates back to Roman times. The IBW Project extends along strike approximately 12km and can be easily accessed via paved and all-weather gravel roads. Emerita announced a NI 43-101 compliant maiden mineral resource estimate for the IBW project that contains a combined 18.8 Mt including a 14.07 Mt indicated resource at 7.63% ZnEq and a 4.71 Mt inferred resource at 9.29% ZnEq.

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Nuevo Tintillo

Project Location
Seville Province, Southern Spain

The Nuevo Tintillo Project is located in the eastern part of the Iberian Pyrite Belt between the world class deposits of Aznalcóllar to the southeast and Rio Tinto to the northwest. Nuevo Tintillo covers an area of 6,875 hectares along an east-west axis of approximately 25km. Traces of artisanal mining operations date back to the 19th century. Nuevo Tintillo is easily accessible from Seville via paved roads.

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