Resolution picks up South Australian silica sand AND uranium project

Resolution’s newest project has sweet silica sand and uranium potential. Pic: via Getty Images share

Resolution Minerals is expanding its horizons with the grant of a large landholding in South Australia that is prospective for both high purity silica sands and uranium.

The new George project includes the Etadunna silica sands prospect which has been defined over 1km2 by historical drilling, which returned a top near-surface intersection of 34m grading 99.87% SiO2 (silica) that is open at depth.

Further drilling sampling and a Scoping Study including metallurgical testwork is required at the prospect, which remains open in all directions. Resolution Minerals’ (ASX:RML) timing is exquisite given that high purity silica sand is in demand for an increasing number of industrial and technological products such as electric vehicles and solar panels – both of which require a high purity level.George also has the potential to host underlying Kazakhstan-style roll-front uranium mineralisation […]

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