Berkley Mineral Resources PLC have a strategy of processing tailings at former mines as a mineral processing company. Their main focus at current is the extraction on zinc and lead from tailings Dumps in the Kabwe mine in Zambia.
"peer review of the feasibility study" in other words, whether people who know what they're doing find the proposed method of processing the tailings credible, as an actual method and economically, or just MA pie in the sky
The relevant para:- In parallel, the Company continues to progress its activities at Kabwe and the directors are currently undertaking a peer review of the feasibility study for processing the washplant tailings in order to advance the project.
I can only go by the RNS in Dec where they said there was nothing stopping BMR moving on with the kabwe plant even though the company is in suspension... So let's hope that they have moved on. What's happened to the other sites who knows....
Can't imagine AB would have let the clan off with a measly £1M penalty without ensuring we own the stated assets. Not with his forensic background. Imho.
BMR is being rebooted. We need to get word from a reliable source as to exactly what plant and resources we actually own. Have we even got a copper plant? All previous RNS with MA's name on them have as much value as one of Lord Melbury's cheques.
Luv nowucit's cryptic iii posts
"eric's takaway (sic) He's just ordered a celebratory meal from ma's hunan takeaway . Yorinthe soup Half baked noodles Curry favours Battered squids Hadure chips and Cher fritters.................. He's ordered now as delivery is slow and he wants it for May. Over to you Weights"
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