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Euro Manganese advances with successful commissioning of high-purity manganese facility

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Euro Manganese Inc. has successfully completed the commissioning of its high-purity manganese Demonstration Plant at the Chvaletice Manganese Project in the Czech Republic. This achievement signifies a significant milestone for the company, as it confirms the plant’s ability to produce high-purity manganese sulphate monohydrate (HPMSM) and high-purity electrolytic manganese metal (HPEMM) to design specifications with low levels of impurities. Here are the key highlights and implications of this development:

Key highlights:

  1. Achievement of design specifications:
    • Independent external laboratories verified that the HPMSM samples produced at the Demonstration Plant meet the target specifications with low impurity levels.
    • The plant successfully produced HPMSM from HPEMM generated on-site, indicating that the production process is effective and reliable.
  2. Completion of commissioning:
    • All modules of the Demonstration Plant are now consistently operating and producing on-spec products.
    • This completion was formalized with the receipt of a Permanent Operating Permit from the Municipality of Chvaletice’s Department of Building and Spatial Planning on June 12, 2024.
  3. Operational readiness:
    • With the commissioning complete, the plant can now produce bulk, multi-tonne finished product samples of HPMSM and HPEMM.
    • These samples are critical for prospective customer supply chain qualifications, which will help streamline the timeline for testing products from the future commercial plant.

Benefits and future prospects:

  1. Data collection for commercial plant:
    • The operational data collected from the Demonstration Plant will inform the engineering design of the future commercial plant.
    • This data will help in refining and optimizing processes to ensure efficient and cost-effective production at a larger scale.
  2. Vendor and by-product testing:
    • The plant will produce intermediate process streams and residue samples, allowing for vendor testing and securing process guarantees.
    • By-product samples, such as magnesium carbonate, will also be tested and potentially marketed, diversifying the product offerings and revenue streams.
  3. Training and testing facility:
    • The Demonstration Plant will serve as a valuable testing and training facility, providing insights and lessons for the engineering process of the commercial plant.
    • It also allows for the testing of potential additional feedstock, including manganese by-products from recycled battery materials.

Strategic implications:

  • Market readiness: The ability to produce high-purity manganese products is crucial as the demand for battery-grade materials, particularly for electric vehicles, continues to rise globally.
  • Competitive advantage: Completing the commissioning of the Demonstration Plant gives Euro Manganese a significant advantage in quickly scaling up production to meet market demands and securing long-term contracts with customers.
  • Environmental and economic benefits: The project’s focus on recycling waste from a historic tailings deposit in the Czech Republic aligns with increasing global emphasis on sustainable and responsible mining practices.

Euro Manganese’s successful commissioning of its Demonstration Plant is a pivotal step towards the establishment of a commercial-scale operation. The ongoing optimization and data collection efforts will further enhance the project’s viability and readiness to meet the growing needs of the manganese market.

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