Lake Resources’ Technology Partner Resumes Operations for Processing of Lithium Brines

  • Jun 09, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Following the loosening of shelter in place restrictions and removal of curfews, the technology partner of Lake Resources NL (ASX:LKE), Lilac Solutions is expected to resume its operations this week with its direct extraction pilot plant module for the Kachi project.

LKE had sent 20,000 litres of brine to Lilac’s processing plant in California for which processing is underway, with they key focus on producing samples for interested parties.

The reopening of Lilac’s operations comes at a time when there is growing interest in sustainable and consistent high purity lithium products and increasing pricing improvements for high purity lithium products.

LKE stock soared by 5% and was noted trading at $ 0.042 at AEST 01:06 PM on 09 June 2020.


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