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In-fill gravity survey begins at Lake Throssell project

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Trigg Mining has advised that the next stage of ground-based exploration is underway at its flagship 100%-owned Lake Throssell sulfate of potash project in Western Australia with the commencement of an in-fill gravity survey.

In-fill gravity survey begins at Lake Throssell project

The company has also made excellent progress with the initial 24-hole shallow (<12 m) lake rotary drilling programme, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of this week.

The in-fill gravity survey, comprising 14 lines for 107 km, together with the survey conducted earlier in the year, will provide the first comprehensive and accurate picture of the entire tenement, helping the company’s exploration team to refine drilling locations for the air-core drilling programme scheduled to during the quarter.

Assay results from the rotary drilling programme and the gravity survey are anticipated to be available in August 2020.

Image of heli-supported rotary drilling programme courtesy of Trigg Mining.

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