Coldwater Mining and Energy Limited Announce Intentions to Turn One of Their Bolivian Sites In to an Automated Lithium Mining Project

Coldwater Mining and Energy Limited Announce Intentions to Turn One of Their Bolivian Sites In to an Automated Lithium Mining Project

One of Coldwater Mining and Energy Limited's locations in Bolivia is set to become one of the world's most automated lithium mining projects, the company recently declared.

The undertaking, situated at the Uyuni salt level, is at present the organization's biggest mine and delivers almost 1,000 tons of lithium each year.

The site, which is exclusively claimed by Coldwater Mining and Energy Limited, will eventually have the ability to mine up to fifty percent more lithium once the automation to the current process has been executed.

The site has an enormous scope capacity which, as of now, involves two separate preparing plants with one removing material from underneath the water level and another accumulating it for handling nearby.

The automation will join both these cycles and allow the company to oversee waste and manage its ecological duties better by these 2 cycles becoming one.

"Proficiency in the mining procedures and the environmental obligations we consistently endorse will be critical to our productivity," said Mr. Paul K. Bettison, Director of Project Management with Coldwater Mining and Energy Limited.

"Our capacity as an organization to adjust and use present day mining methods is critical to our prosperity. We intend to build up the venture in to a completely mechanized site inside the following 6 to 9 months, and subject to the outcomes accomplished we would then expand it to other locations before long," Bettison added.

This announcement represents a pivotal moment in the long history of Coldwater Mining and Energy Limited and will turn the project in to a world class, long life, low-cost asset that will deliver long term benefits to its shareholders, stakeholders, and local communities for years to come.

"When completely updated, the project will be quite possibly one of the most refined and progressed lithium mines in Bolivia. Our determination in mining development will propel it in to a top notch mine," Bettison finished up.