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Highfield Resources delivers positive environmental report to Spanish mining authorities

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Highfield Resources has delivered a positive report from the environmental department of Aragón to the mining authorities of Madrid, Aragón and Navarra, the last report required in respect of the last section of the Mining Concession documentation submitted for the Muga Potash Project.

The company has been advised that if no further clarification is required by the authorities, the next step is to send the text of the Mining Concession document to the Central Government’s lawyer for its legal review prior to the Mining Concession award being issued.

Highfield Resources focusing on moving the Muga Project into the construction phase. The engineering and design work is ready and the company is currently progressing the last stage of the Mining Concession.

Highfield’s potash tenements (Muga-Vipasca, Pintanos, and Sierra del Perdón) are located in the Ebro potash producing basin in Northern Spain, covering an area of around 262 km2.

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