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Coarse Spodumene Concentrate Produced at Seymour with Lithium Recovery Exceeding 72%


  • Flagship Seymour concentrate recovery exceeds 72% using heavy liquid separation

  • Confirms simple 2 stage DMS flowsheet potential

  • Critical milestone for the PEA and future off-take partners

  • Test work based on 1000kg of representative composites as per preliminary mine plan

  • Very high recovery due to large spodumene crystal size

  • Concentrates now being sent for conversion work to Lithium Hydroxide

Green Technology Metals Limited (ASX: GT1) (GT1 or the Company), a Canadian-focused multi-asset lithium business, is pleased to announce very high spodumene concentrate recoveries from its 100%-owned Seymour Project, located approximately 250km north of Thunder Bay in Ontario, Canada. The spodumene concentrate represents a critical milestone for the business and future off-take partners.

Figure 1: DMS test work being undertaken at SGS Canada’s facilities in Lakefield, Ontario

“The next few months will be an exciting time for the team at GT1 as we focus on increasing the value of our Flagship Seymour Project through metallurgical test work. These results will culminate part of our Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) and marks another important step closer to building a vertically integrated lithium business in Ontario, Canada.”

- GT1 Chief Executive Officer, Luke Cox


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