Casa Grande, AZ, March 19, 2020 - Elim Mining Incorporated (“Elim” or the “Company”), a private copper exploration and development company, announces the previously announced Cactus Mine Stockpile Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”) (dated March 10, 2020) is now filed on the company’s website (www.cactusmine.com | www.elimmining.com).
Clarification: Mining, Processing and Production Plan
The previously released PEA press release stated that the report “contemplates an 8-year heap leach operation to process oxide material from the Cactus Stockpile using mining contractors, followed by crushing, agglomeration and heap leaching.” To clarify, the operation will consist of a “run of mine” heap leach process that does not require either crushing or agglomeration.
Elim Mining Incorporated is a private mineral resource development company with headquarters in Reno, Nevada and Phoenix, Arizona. Elim is rooted in the identification, acquisition, exploration, development and sustainable production of precious and base metal properties in well-known geologic regions. The company seeks assets with significant potential for proven and probable mineral reserves. Elim is managed by mining executives with over 210 years of combined experience in mine operations and business. With a history and reputation for strategically launching, revitalizing, and leading multi-million-dollar mining organizations, the team has achieved tremendous growth and value for investors in a socially and environmentally responsible manner.
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John Antwi, President and CEO
Alison Dwoskin, Director of Investor Relations
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