Crossland’s Charley Creek Rare Earths Project Scoping Study Making Good Progress
January 30, 2013 (Source: Crossland PDF) — The Scoping Study for a mining and processing operation at the Charley Creek Alluvial Rare Earth Project* in Central Australia is proceeding well. This study is being overseen by Crossland’s Chief Operating Officer Tony Chamberlain and will produce capital and operating cost estimates for all of the major facets of the Charley Creek project including mining operations, wet and dry plant mineral concentration facilities, REO refinery, infrastructure, accommodation, water supply, and draft environmental scoping documents (ESD).
The study assumes construction of a wet and dry mineral concentrator to produce a high grade (40%+) TREO concentrate followed by onsite refining to remove uranium, thorium and major gangue elements to yield a high purity mixed rare earth carbonate product…to review this PDF Announcement click here
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