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SGS Lakefield Ontario conducted testing on two samples of drill core from Edleston Main to determine potential gravity recovery of gold mineralisation
Up to 78.1% of gold was recovered from the 0.94g/t Au composite sample resulting in a 11.38g/t Au gravity concentrate, while up to 64.1% of gold was recovered from the 0.66g/t Au composite sample resulting in a 4.28g/t Au gravity concentrate
Metallurgical testwork program is being devised to test the amenability of mineralisation of both Edleston Main and Sirola Zone to a combination of gravity and cyanide leach in order to determine potential overall metallurgical recovery of gold
Independent Maiden Mineral Resource in accordance with JORC 2012 Edition guidelines defined across Boomerang Nickel Sulphide System at a 0.265% Ni Eq1 Cut Off Grade.
Initial metallurgical testing by XPS, a division of Glencore, has confirmed ability to recover nickel and cobalt sulphide at a saleable product specification - 71.8% Ni recovered to rougher flotation concentrate.
Total Global Resource of 1,044 Mt at 0.27% Ni, 0.011% Co (0.30% Ni Eq1).