Coronet Metals Inc. (TSXV:CRF,OTCQX:CORMF,FWB:2CM) announced that its 100% owned subsidiary, White Caps Gold Mining Company Inc., has presented the White Caps Gold Project’s Integrated Plan of Operations Water Pollution Control Permit Application and Reclamation Plan to the USA Bureau of Land Management and the State of Nevada Department of Environmental Protection.
As quoted in the press release:
The approval process for this Permit and the other minor permits is estimated to take up to 18 months. The White Caps Gold Project is located on patented and unpatented claims near the town of Manhattan in northern Nye County, Nevada, 13 miles south of Kinross and Barrick’s Round Mountain Gold Mine. Once permitting is complete, Coronet will refurbish and upgrade the existing White Caps Mill facilities to process 250 tons per day of existing precious metals tailings and mine rock dumps, and to toll process third party ore.
Coronet Metals President and CFO Theo van der Lind said:
We are very pleased to have concluded and submitted a solid Plan of Operations Permit for the White Caps Gold Project. The submission is a critical step forward that will allow Coronet to bring our second producing project online in Nevada
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