Lanka Graphite Gets Ready To Commence Graphite Production In Sri Lanka

Lanka Graphite Gets Ready To Commence Graphite Production In Sri Lanka - Featured Graphene Graphene Production
Transitioning from graphite exploration to production

Lanka Graphite Ltd (ASX:LGR) has been granted its first artisanal mining license (AML) in Sri Lanka to commence small scale graphite production.

An AML grants the licensee the exclusive right to mine, process and trade in all minerals specified in the license within an area not exceeding 10 hectares and to a depth not exceeding 25 meters.

Lanka is focused on the exploration of a number of historic and new mining tenements in central and south-western Sri Lanka.

Interestingly, historic mining at a number of these granted tenements produced very high grade ‘lump’ or vein style graphite returning grades of more than 95% carbon.

The company is engaging local miners to start clearance and preparation of the site.

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