Euro Manganese Inc. (TSX-V and ASX: EMN; OTCQX: EUMNF; Frankfurt: E06), the Vancouver-based battery materials company is making good progress on its Chvaletice Manganese project site in the Czech Republic, where it aims to reprocess manganese of historic mine waste and we supply high purity manganese products to the lithium ion battery industry in Europe.
In an operational update, EMN said work on the project’s demonstration plant (DP) on site is on schedule and on budget. The DP is designed to produce large-scale samples of high-purity manganese products, as part of the approval processes required for the use of battery raw materials in electric vehicles. DP units are being prefabricated and assembled in China, and the cold start-up of the plant’s modules will begin this month.
What’s next for Euro Manganese?
In September, EMN reached an important milestone in the development of the project when it received the building permit from the Czech authorities to improve and adapt the buildings that will house the plant on the site. Preparations for the site for the installation of the DP modules are underway, ahead of the scheduled delivery of the modules at the Chvaletice site in the Czech Republic at the beginning of the New Year. The hot start-up and start-up of the DP are aimed at the second quarter of 2022.
Meanwhile, EMN has done just that restarted a pilot plant that originally operated in 2018. It will provide potential customers with small-scale samples before larger samples …
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