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Kalium Lakes provides Beyondie SOP project update

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World Fertilizer,

Kalium Lakes (KLL) has provided an update on its Beyondie sulfate of potash (SOP) project in Western Australia, with 80% of the project complete, on schedule and on budget. Additionally, all key process equipment from Ebtec GbR (Ebtec) has been delivered to the site, the SOP purification plant construction progress is at 71% completion, and gas and power pre-commissioning has commenced.

Rudolph van Niekerk, Chief Executive Officer, said: “The Kalium Lakes’ team has hit the ground running to begin what will be an exciting 2021 for the company. All engineering and design for the project is now complete and we are pleased to report delivery of the final piece of Ebtec equipment to site. Importantly, we remain on schedule and on budget while we transition from construction into commissioning and production.”

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