NQ Minerals 22,000 tonnes moved to Beaconsfield Gold Mine processing plant

NQ Minerals Plc (AQSE:NQMI), has announced that mining and trucking operations at the Company’s 100% owned Beaconsfield Gold Mine in Tasmania, Australia, are progressing well. To date, a total of 22,290 tonnes of Wetlands material has been trucked to stockpiles in the processing plant area.

Trucking operations continue to move a significant quantity of material to the processing plant.

David Lenigas, NQ Chairman, commented; “Work to move the Wetlands material continues at pace at our Beaconsfield Gold Mine, with a fleet of 6 trucks moving the material to the Beaconsfield Processing Plant area. We are having a good window with the weather and plan to create a significant stockpile at the plant area. Further updates on tonnes and gold grades will be made available as material information comes to hand.”

Two photographs showing the Beaconsfield Wetlands area deposited near the Processing Plant and excavation in the Wetlands environmental cleanup area may be seen via the following link http://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2109Z_1-2021-5-19.pdf 

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