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Adriatic Metals and Boliden produce highest standard zinc

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Adriatic Metals PLC on Tuesday said it joined efforts with Boliden AB for the purchase of zinc concentrates from the Vares silver project.

Adriatic Metals is a precious and base metals explorer and developer that owns the Vares silver project in Bosnia & Herzegovina and the Raska zinc deposit in Serbia. Boliden is a Stockholm-based metals, mining and smelting company.

The two companies are aiming to produce zinc and other valuable metals with the highest environmental, social and governance standards, Adriatic Metals said.

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Adriatic Metals Head of Sustainability Vildana Mahmutovic said: “We are delighted to have Boliden with us, with the overall aim of creating profitability and growth in a responsible manner, with consideration for people, the environment, and society-all targets that the Vares silver project will fulfill. Adriatic Metals operations are well in line to support Boliden’s leading sustainability standards and best practices”.


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