Not sure if MA's copper tailings up country were just a figment of his imagination so do we really have any? Anyway, I think the world supply/demand copper scenario may remain less favourable than that of zinc for the forseeable.
The previous EIA report stated that BMR planned to build a zinc lead tailing plant and a copper tailing plant at a different location in Kabwe where there are large copper tailing dumps. Makes sense to keep things simple, get Zema sorted the pilot plant running, cash flow etc before looking at copper, perhaps the warrants will fund this.
I've seen a couple of posters mention 'Copper' of late, maybe I'm ignorant, maybe in thick 5h1t, however looking on the website and elsewhere, I see no mention of Copper. Think that was nothing more than a flap puller from the previous excellent management.
that the previous management intended to process copper tailings, I would have thought BMR would be looking at this once the main plant is in operation and perhaps utilise the pilot plant in someway to process copper. BMR don't need to look further than Kabwe, plenty of opportunities there.
Well with hard work, an exceptional team effort, a little luck, will, determination, a trophy on the horizon, fortitude, judgement and the Tinker Man, it can be done. We have low cost assets, the Italian, local players, a trophy, stakeholders facing relagation, a come back against the odds, bought in some seasoned players and about to build our stadium. How much is Vardy alone worth now? Will we get credit for our rare metals?
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