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Tertiary Minerals wins US national award for sustainable mineral development work

The award recognises the sustainability of Tertiary's approach

Geological samples taken from the MB project in Nevada

Tertiary Minerals plc (LON:TYM) has won the 2017 Hardrock Small Operator Award given by the US government’s Bureau of Land Management for its “outstanding and innovative reclamation and sustainable mineral development work on the company’s MB Fluorspar project in Nevada.”

The award was officially presented at a luncheon hosted by the National Mining Association (NMA) and the US Department of Interior held in Washington DC on 6 November 2017.

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"We are delighted to receive this prestigious award which is a testament to the operational and environmental excellence the company strives for and to the quality of the carefully selected contractors employed on our operations,” said managing director Richard Clemmey.

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“I would like say a special thank you to our consulting geologists, Hunsaker Inc, and earthmoving contractors, DV Gravel & Exploration LLC, for their continued hard work and commitment to the MB Project, without which the award would not have been possible".

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