Base Metals

According to the company the intercepts at both the G2 and Lisa Lens positions extend the known limits of the mineralization in these areas and is expected to provide additional early-stage production for the operation.

Heron Resources (ASX:HRR) has reported that it has received assays for the recently intersected base-metal mineralization at its Woodlawn zinc-copper project in New South Wales, Australia.

According to the company the intercepts at both the G2 and Lisa Lens positions extend the known limits of the mineralization in these areas and is expected to provide additional early-stage production for the operation.

As quoted in the press release, managing director and chief executive officer of Heron Resources Wayne Taylor said:

“The current program continues to provide valuable information to assist with the earliest stages of the underground mine plan. These high-grade intercepts define the lens boundaries and will help underpin a further update for initial mine production. The high-grade copper intercept at Lisa Lens will also be very likely to extend the mining inventory in this area, all adding additional value to the early stages of the project.”

Click here to view the full Heron Resources (ASX:HRR) press release.

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