The latest RNS along with the interim results show that everything is moving in the right direction. A low market cap, approval for the pilot plant and a reduction in running costs is all very positive. There's also the claim against certain entities that is likely to be successful.
"The Company has continued to refine its plans for the Pilot Plant with the process and engineering design work for its construction already being at an advanced stage."
"A further announcement will be made later this month regarding the costings, following a peer review, and the timing of the construction of the Pilot Plant, in light of the ZEMA approval."
I read that as - because the tailings residue after we have extracted as much metal as we can will still contain a couple of percent of toxic metal, those new tailings will have to be overplanted with vegetation which will take up the toxic metals (was it roses mentioned last time?) or at least bind them into their root systems to prevent further pollution due to wind erosion.
"and to submit bi-annual results of its monitoring programme to ZEMA, as well as to ensure continuous vegetation of new tailings". What do they mean by NEW tailings? Are we going to be mining new ground as well as the existing tailings dumps?
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