Ahh found the answer in an RNS Clontarf appointed Peter O'Toole as a Non-Executive Director. Mr O'Toole has operated civil engineering and construction companies for over 30 years, specialising in the mining and government infrastructure sectors. He is also the Honorary Consul General of Ireland in Bolivia. He is a Civil Engineer by discipline, educated at University of London - Queen Mary College, and GMIT Institute of Technology, Galway, Ireland. Peter's 30 years' operational experience in Bolivia over and encyclopaedic knowledge of Bolivian mining, hydrocarbon, and infrastructure needs provide Clontarf with the contacts, skills and credibility to execute a lithium evaporates project in South America.
I think it also means what with a steel works and another power station in the area along with various other forms of industries spurting out various pollutants its hard to compare to a Highland marshland.