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Salt Lake Potash receives practical completion certificate for process plant

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Salt Lake Potash (SO4) has announced that a practical completion certificate from GR Engineering Services has been achieved at its Lake Way asset in Wiluna, Western Australia. The certificate is for a process plant, with plant handover to Salt Lake Potash now complete.

Plant commissioning continues with first sulfate of potash product expected in the weeks ahead.

“The SO4 operations team continues to work towards continuous operation of the process plant to deliver first SOP, expected over the coming weeks,” said Tony Swiericzuk, CEO and Managing Director.

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