Infinity Lithium (ASX:INF) has confirmed key processing assumptions at its San Jose project as it works towards a PFS being delivered next month.
AT A GLANCE
- Early tests on the benefaction flow outlined in the company’s San Jose project in Spain have been promising — confirming key assumptions
- The work means Infinity can move forward on its PFS with one less headache to worry about
- At the same time, the company is working through a revised mining schedule from a pit re-design aimed at minimising the project’s footprint
The work carried out by Wave International gives Infinity confidence that the benefaction process outlined in the company’s scoping study can be reasonably carried over to the PFS.
The company will now move forward with testing on precipitation, recirculation and sulphate recovery, and production testing.
Meanwhile, the company is working through potential improvements to the pit design outlined in the company’s scoping study — with dry stack tailings and water recycling providing the potential for reduction in tailings.
This could potentially result in a smaller surface area of disturbance, which is always appreciated by local stakeholders.
About Infinity Lithium
Infinity Lithium (ASX:INF) is an Australian listed minerals company which is seeking to develop its 75 percent owned San Jose Industrial Lithium Project located in Spain.
The project will be developed by open pit methods with the ore treated and refined onsite to produce high quality, battery grade lithium hydroxide.
Infinity’s goal in the long term is to supply the European lithium-ion battery supply chain and EV industry.
Regional lithium production is needed in order to de-risk the strategic European EV supply chain. Infinity offers a sustainable, integrated, low-cost, large and long term source of lithium chemicals.
This content is produced by Star Investing in commercial partnership with Infinity Lithium. This content does not constitute financial product advice. You should consider obtaining independent advice before making any financial decisions.
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