The talc deposit is located near the Gemerská Poloma village. The Gemerská Poloma village belongs, as to the territory-administrative division, to the County of Rožňava, which is part of the Region of Košice, with more than 2000 inhabitants and 5,747 hectare cadastre.
The territory is, in view of morphological zoning of Slovakia, part of the sub-province of the Inner West Carpathian Mountains and belongs to the area of Slovenské Rudohorie, the mountain unit of do Volovské vrchy. The elevation above sea level of the village is 342 m above sea level (center). The land area spreads along the partial river basin of the Slaná River; the tributary streams on the territory are: Dolinský potok, Kolesársky potok and Súľovský potok, which waters, under BSK 5, belong to the Cleanness Class I. The village borders on the Henckovce village in the west and the Betliar village in the east.
The talc mineralization, projecting in the recovery area of Gemerská Poloma No. 74/e, is located in the Region of Košice in the SR, namely, in the Counties of Rožňava and Gelnica. The surveyed western part of the deposit begins in the closure of the valley of the Dlha dolina and it continues eastwards, through the main ridge of Slovenské Rudohorie until the area located south-west to the Henclová Village.