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Slag Crushing Plant

May 15, 2011 3:29 AM ET
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Robert E. Martin, President of Clean Age Minerals, Inc., stated that Clinoptilolite is a naturally occurring eco-friendly, non-toxic mineral that has the unique capability of removing toxic materials including heavy metals, chemicals, toxins, radionuclides and other impurities from contaminated liquids, solids, and gasses. Clinoptilolite’s chemical and physical structure makes it useful in wide range of agricultural, industrial and remediation applications. According to published academic studies, it has been used for several years as an additive in animal feeds where it absorbs toxins created by molds and microscopic parasites and enhances feed absorption by the animals. Pure forms of Clinoptilolite are also used today as human toxin clarifiers. Clinoptilolite zeolite has proven to be effective in absorbing ammonia and other toxic gases from air and water and is extremely effective in filtration applications and has been used in soil amendments to restore productivity and in soil and water remediation processes to remove contaminants. Zinc Ore Crusher

“There are many potential applications for Clean Age Mineral’s patented Clinoptilolite-based zeolite products in Japan, and water and soil remediation is just the tip of the iceberg. For example, while detailed information is limited, published data indicates that roughly 500,000 tons of zeolites, mainly Clinoptilolite, were utilized to deal with the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. After the Chernobyl disaster, Clinoptilolite was mixed into the feed supply of dairy cattle to reduce the radiation in the milk produced. Children in the affected areas around Chernobyl were fed chocolate and biscuits that were formulated with Clinoptilolite zeolite and doses of zeolite- based liquids were administered to assist in the removal of radionuclides from their bodies. Clinoptilolite zeolite was also incorporated in the cement blend that was utilized to “cap” the damaged Chernobyl reactor. Clean Age Minerals believes that the same or similar procedures can be deployed in Japan,” stated Gary J. Novinskie, President of Daleco Resources.

The presence of a high grade massive sulphide intersection in DDH 94 expands the known mineralization an additional 50 m to the north and east. DDH 94 is located approximately 180 m south east of DDH 22 (4.77 g/t Au; 53.37 g/t Ag; 3.69% Cu and 1.62% Zn over 3.13m). Additional drilling is planned to test the strong geophysical anomaly present between DDH 94 and DDH 22. Slag Crushing Plant

Intersections in DDH 90 and 91, located in the southwest quadrant demonstrate the continuation of strong gold and zinc grades in the south west quadrant of the deposit.

The presence of almost 40 meters of lower grade sulphide mineralization in DDH 89 and including several zinc rich zones keep the western exploration limit of the deposit open, where additional follow up drilling is planned.

DDH 92 and 93 tested the extension of the massive sulphide body easterly below the sub-horizontal andesite intrusion over a 100 m strike length. The precious metal and zinc grades in DDH 93 offer further encouragement for the continuation of potentially economic mineralization to the east beneath the andesite cover.

The above information has been prepared under the supervision of Tom Healy P.Eng., who is designated as a Qualified Person as defined by NI-43-101 with the ability and authority to verify the authenticity and validity of the data. antimony processing plant

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