Fission Uranium Announces Winter Program to Advance PLS; Stakes New Uranium Property in Western Athabasca Basin

PLS Project Winter Drill Program Highlights 3 drill holes (300m) at each stockpile location

4 drill holes (300m) at the mill location

20 test pits for water table data and estimating boulder content for earthworks planning

5 drill holes (730m) on the R780E zone to confirm groundwater modelling Ross McElroy, President and CEO for Fission, commented, "With the superb results of our feasibility study now in hand, we will continue to develop our PLS uranium project at a strong, steady pace. As we move towards the Environmental Impact Statement, we will also be carrying out a number of work programs, including this new round of geotechnical drilling for the mine and mill facilities." Drill Program – Further Technical Details Stockpiles. Previous drill holes for the feasibility study ("FS") were drilled in the general area of the waste stockpiles to test suitability for waste storage. Now that the […]

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