Progressive Planet Solutions Inc (TSXV:PLAN) (“PLAN” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Mr. Reni Proznick has agreed to join PLAN’s advisory board.
Reni Proznick is a professional engineer (Electrical) who is employed by an international engineering firm in a project management role. Reni is experienced in managing both brownfield and greenfield projects throughout BC, Canada.
“We are excited to add Reni to our team. I originally asked Reni to optimize a collider mill we purchased to produce micronized zeolite from our Z-1 Zeolite Quarry for use in developing supplementary, cementitious materials (SCM’s). I was so impressed with his design skills that I asked him to take on a greater role. Having access to these technical skills is invaluable” stated Steve Harpur, CEO of Progressive Planet.
Mr. Proznick has been issued 300,000 stock options as compensation for his efforts in assisting PLAN.
PLAN has now commissioned its concrete lab at the Advanced Materials Centre in Vernon, BC. PLAN has commenced testing of various concrete blends which include micronized zeolite and has hired a chemist to work at its concrete lab.
With respect to the other product development work that PLAN is undergoing on battery materials, Mr. Proznick will also be the lead technical advisor to the CEO. Specifically, PLAN is funding work being completed by InnoTech Alberta on super high surface area activated carbon. Super high surface area activated carbon can be used for many types of energy storage devices including Li-ion batteries and is a high growth industry.
Progressive Planet is a Canadian based mineral exploration company with its flagship Z1 Zeolite Mine in British Columbia, an equity interest in Snow Lake Resources, a 5% interest in the Lac Guéret Extensions Graphite Project in Quebec and a 100% interest in the Buckingham Graphite Project in Quebec.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Signed “Stephen Harpur”
Stephen Harpur, CPA, CGA, CEO
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