Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE) has engaged SRK consulting to conduct baseline environmental monitoring at its Clayton Valley South lithium project.
As quoted in the press release:
The immediate purpose of this work is to support the filing of anticipated regulatory applications for the anticipated expansion of Pure Energy’s exploration program and future project development work. Longer term, the information collected through this process can also be used to support potential operating permit applications.
In addition, SRK will prepare a detailed permitting plan outlining the necessary regulatory instruments required for the entire Project life cycle. The permitting plan will identify the permits and approvals that would be required to advance the CVS Project through resource expansion, longer term pumping tests, pilot plant operation, feasibility study, and ultimately, to production. The work product from the permitting plan will include a detailed schedule of activities and elements that warrant attention going forward.
Pure Energy CEO, Patrick Highsmith, said:
This is an important first step in a process that will evolve through various phases with the regulatory agencies at the county, state and federal levels. It is exciting to lay this foundation by documenting the key environmental attributes of the project area. Pure Energy intends to develop one of the most sustainable lithium production facilities in the world, and we are committed to an efficient, professional, and rigorous permitting process to achieve that. It is also helpful to be working with SRK Consulting, who have an excellent permitting track record in Nevada.
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