Geomega Begins Engineer Plan for Rare Earth Recycling Plant

- May 13th, 2019

Geomega has selected Seneca, to complete the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) study for Geomega’s rare earth recycling demonstration plant.

Geomega Resources (TSXV: GMA, OTC PINK:GOMRF) has selected Seneca, a Montreal based engineering consulting firm specializing in industrial process engineering, to complete the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) study for the rare earth recycling demonstration plant with the focus on the permanent magnet industry.

As quoted from the press release:

The FEED study will produce an externally validated construction and operating cost estimates, project completion schedule, process flow and control diagrams and environmental impact review and process safety measures and provisions that are required for permit requests. In addition, the FEED study will help in the selection of the ideal location for the demonstration plant and produce the required plans and drawings. It is expected that the FEED study will be completed within 8-12 weeks.

Seneca is a private engineering consulting firm specialising in industrial materials process engineering offering professional services for the implementation of industrial investment projects in Quebec and abroad. Seneca has experience in both the recycling and in the mining and metallurgy industries which fits well with Geomega’s approach to rare earth elements. Seneca specializes in setting up pilot and demonstration plants and building commercial plants. Seneca has worked with many new green technologies in the past and currently is involved with a lithium ion battery recycling technology to build a 200 tonnes per year capacity pilot plant in Quebec.

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