Ad of course my personal favourite uranium World back news and Kabwe To prevent the release of uranium into the environment and to eliminate danger to the public, the project successfully provided safe disposal of hazardous materials, including 140,000 m3 of radioactive uranium tailings, 272,000 kg of persistent organic pollutants waste, and 56,000 m3 of lead contaminated soils in the Copperbelt and Kabwe In Kabwe itself, mine waste has been removed from the Mulungushi **** dump and in residential areas where 325 houses were at great risk of lead contamination. The contaminated topsoil was replaced with lead free soil and gravel material from other areas outside Kabwe. The area is now available for other developments.
Well it sure wasn't called Silverlining Ventures Limited for nothing. What is there we know know yet , but I am sure some will have a fairly good idea. We are a mineral resource company !
Native ore bodies , noble metal , precious metals ,
The name Kabwe or Kabwe-Ka Mukuba means 'ore' or 'smelting' but the European/Australian prospectors named it after a similar mine in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. The mine became the largest in the country until overtaken in the early 1930s by larger copper mining complexes on the Copperbelt. Apart from lead and zinc it also produced silver, manganese and heavy metals such as cadmium, vanadium, and titanium in smaller quantities
Now of they could produce such large commercial quantities back then , imagine with our technology now and resources untapped at present what could be and will be achieved !
Just wondering though, if MA knows what exactly is in the unmined ore bodies, why hasn't he yet told us shareholders? Hmmmm. My feeling is, he is indeed fully aware of exactly everything that BMR has at Kabwe, but has kept the finer details 'in-house', in order to fend off any potentially unsavoury predators from the door until such a time as he can get the company into a favourable position, with solid foundations. It could just be that we are therefore almost there. Then, boom!
Agree entirely, think duff was speculating on it earlier. Could be enormous. I know rare metals were mentioned & some thought they would be too difficult to extract, but I'm still hopeful. Defiantly expect a fair but of silver to be recoverable. Did you see the video interview MA did earlier this year from SA where he had a big grin on his face, looked heavenward & talked about how lovely the "blue sky" was. Either he's taking us on the longest running joke ever, or there will be something very special at the end of this. A large chunk of my cash is riding on the latter.
Still think our other plays will be very significant in the end as well though!
That debate -one is the feasibility of a scalable model of recycling in both ndola and chingola. (Correct me if wrong ) bmr could become the go to guys for second generation mining- the asset untouched is worth more, but personally I think the levels of pollution mean that these will remain that way until a long term solution to environment is proven or prices rocket to a point of greater feasibility! Maybe the answer could be relocation of populous long term funded by mining ops!! But this is a minefield, of heritage and tribal lands I would imagine!!!
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