Beyondie project a step closer

The Australian Mining Review - - NEWS -

KALIUM Lakes has re­ceived the green light to be­gin de­vel­op­ment at its Beyondie sul­phate of potash project in the eastern Pil­bara, WA.

Kalium man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Brett Hazelden said the ap­proval of the min­ing pro­posal and ini­tial min­ing ten­ure re­quire­ments would en­able early con­struc­tion work ac­tiv­i­ties to be­gin this cal­en­dar year, while the re­main­ing ap­provals are pro­cessed.

The miner has also com­pleted a Bank­able Fea­si­bil­ity Study which con­firmed pro­duc­tion could be­gin in 2020.

“Kalium Lakes is proud to be the first sul­phate of potash de­vel­oper to com­plete a Bank­able Fea­si­bil­ity Study, for an Aus­tralian de­posit which al­lows for an ini­tial mine life of be­tween 30 to 50 years,” Kalium Lakes stated.

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