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Kalium Lakes complete non-process infrastructure

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Kalium Lakes Ltd (KLL) has recently announced the completion of non-process infrastructure for the Beyondie SOP Project (BSOPP), Western Australia, including multiple facilities that are being utilised to support current construction works, future production and operational requirements.

CEO, Rudolph van Niekerk, said: “Completion of this infrastructure is a significant milestone, as these facilities are crucial for the completion of construction and will continue to be utilised during ongoing operations.

“I’m very pleased to see that all the measures we have put in place to manage completion of these works on budget and on schedule is paying off. We are looking forward to completing the remainder of the project in a similar manner,” he said.

The non-process infrastructure for the BSOPP include the fully functional and operational village with a total of 216 rooms, waste water treatment facilities, potable water treatment facilities, medical facilities, dry and wet mess facilities, a fully equipped gym, laundry facilities, a village office and vehicle parking area.

Infrastructure adjacent to the SOP purification plant currently under construction which has also been completed includes office buildings for construction and operations, the onsite laboratory, construction crib and training room, warehouse, laydown area, fixed plant workshop, mobile plant workshop, diesel storage and refuelling and a vehicle wash down facility.

The works also include and upgrade to the communications infrastructure that is now connected to the Telstra backbone, providing download speeds of up to 50 Mbps via radio links to the project site.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/project-news/02092020/kalium-lakes-complete-non-process-infrastructure/

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