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Global Battery to undertake trenching work at lithium project in Ireland

Global Battery Metals (GBML) is set to commence trenching and a new assay sampling programme at its Leinster lithium project in Ireland.

The company received Ireland’s GSRO approval for a short trenching programme at its lithium pegmatite project.

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Following the drilling programme earlier this year, the company defined pegmatite dikes across the Knockeen zone at the project with all holes intersecting lithium-bearing spodumene pegmatites.

The approval allows the company to undertake up to ten shallow trenches for a total length of up to 200m on PL 1597. This is valid for a period of up to two years.

GBML is planning to open up a shallow trench to determine a previously announced historical spodumene-bearing pegmatite dike in bedrock.

This work is expected to allow 3D visualisation of the 1.8m-wide pegmatite, which was reported earlier this year.


Source: Mining Technology

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