Additional Information
Market: AIM
Sector: General Mining - Zinc, Lead and Tin
EPIC: BMR
Latest Price: 1.08p  (0,00%)
52-week High: 2.65p
52-week Low: 0.93p
Market Cap: 14.52M
1 year chart More charts
Deal BMR Tax Free*
*subject to change and depends on individual circumstances.
1 day chart More charts
Advertisement
Watchlist/Portfolio

Add to watchlist:

Only registered members can add into watchlist !

Register here !
Berkeley Mineral Resources
www.bmrplc.com
Deal Berkeley Mineral Resources Tax Free* Losses can exceed
your initial deposit
*subject to change and depends on individual circumstances.
Berkeley Mineral Resources Plc (“BMR”) is a mineral processing company, with a strategy of processing tailings at former mines. It is currently principally engaged in the extraction of zinc and lead from tailings Dumps at the world-famed Kabwe mine in Zambia.
Pdf

Berkeley Mineral Resources climbs as it kicks off copper processing

February 04 2013, 9:21am Berkeley has started operations within its joint venture arrangements with the Bwana Mkubwa consortium

 

Berkeley Mineral Resources (LON:BMR) shares rose 8% after it revealed that copper processing is now underway in northern Zambia.

It comes after the company said it secured the industrial zone site at Ndola needed to carry out the processing pilot programme.

The site is located within a kilometre of the tailings at the Bwana Mkubwa mine and provides direct road connections to all the copper tailings in the Ndola area owned by the company and its joint venture partners.

Berkeley has started operations within its joint venture arrangements with the Bwana Mkubwa consortium.

The five artisanal licences have been turned into a formal small scale licence, which Berkeley said allows the tailings to be processed immediately.

The plant for the pilot programme is being designed to produce 150 tonnes a month of high grade copper cathodes.

The company also revealed that Johann Steynberg, a leading South African consultant, has joined the team.

Berkeley chairman Masoud Alikhani said: “We are pleased to see the copper processing programme under way now that the site has been secured and are delighted that Johann Steynberg, an acknowledged authority on copper plant design and processing, will be leading the metallurgical studies in developing BMR's copper projects in Northern Zambia.”

 

No investment advice

The Company is a publisher. You understand and agree that no content published on the Site constitutes a recommendation that any particular security, portfolio of securities, transaction, or investment strategy is suitable or advisable for any specific person. You further understand that none of the information providers or their affiliates will advise you personally concerning the nature, potential, advisability, value or suitability of any particular security, portfolio of securities, transaction, investment strategy, or other matter.

You understand that the Site may contain opinions from time to time with regard to securities mentioned in other products, including company related products, and that those opinions may be different from those obtained by using another product related to the Company. You understand and agree that contributors may write about securities in which they or their firms have a position, and that they may trade such securities for their own account. In cases where the position is held at the time of publication and such position is known to the Company, appropriate disclosure is made. However, you understand and agree that at the time of any transaction that you make, one or more contributors may have a position in the securities written about. You understand that price and other data is supplied by sources believed to be reliable, that the calculations herein are made using such data, and that neither such data nor such calculations are guaranteed by these sources, the Company, the information providers or any other person or entity, and may not be complete or accurate.

From time to time, reference may be made in our marketing materials to prior articles and opinions we have published. These references may be selective, may reference only a portion of an article or recommendation, and are likely not to be current. As markets change continuously, previously published information and data may not be current and should not be relied upon.