Colorado Mining Businesses For Sale

Recycled Aggregates Supplier (Under Contract)
$875,000 Cash Flow: $136,000
Recycled Aggregates Supplier (Under Contract)

CO

Many of Colorado’s roads and highways were built several decades ago and are in need of repair or replacement. Infrastructure upgrades and local construction typically generate large quantities of demolition waste. The resulting asphalt/concrete aggregate of debris has historically ended up in landfills. The owner of this five year old recycling company on the front range of Colorado has created an expanding local business that recycles construction and infrastructure aggregates. They derive income from accepting concrete and asphalt debris and then process the material into high-margin resalable road base, riprap, concrete base, asphalt base, and screened rock. Recycled aggregates provide bulk, strength, and wear resistance in these applications and are used extensively in regional infrastructure and construction projects. Benefits of this recycling business include well maintained equipment, simple processes, regional name recognition and strong repeat/referral business. There is no direct competition in this company’s aggregate recycling business and a very high barrier to entry in this industry. As a new owner, you will not only help conserve local resources and landfill space; you will also reap the financial rewards of a growing cash flow. The rebounding economy and new government infrastructure initiatives will propel pent-up recycled aggregate demand for years to come.

Gold & Silver Mine Aspen, Colorado
$6,000,000
Gold & Silver Mine Aspen, Colorado

Almont, CO

This rich historic gold and silver mine in Colorado consists of 620 acres with 2 patented mine claims and 30 unpatented claims. The property has an ample supply of water for mining. The mine was last operational from 1914 through 1938. During that era, mining was done largely by hand and transportation by donkey. The average of 150 samples from inside the mine and mine dumps showed gold density at 0.55 ounces per ton and silver at 2 ounces per ton. A professional mining firm surveyed this property in the 1970s and estimated inferred reserves totals of 868,000 ounces of gold and 1,000,000 ounces of silver. Mining these reserves could produce $1.5B over the estimated 20 year mine life and $50,000,000 per year EBITDA. An existing nearby mill will accommodate all of the ore produced by this mine. Seller has an end buyer to offtake all the gold and silver concentrates the mine can produce. Important Disclaimer: Our affiliates are not licensed Security Dealers and are not involved in buying, selling or trading of securities. If a buyer wishes to purchase a portion of this company, a third party attorney or licensed security dealer will be enlisted to consummate the stock sale.


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