St-Georges Eco-Mining Gets Grant from Normal Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada

Montréal – TheNewswire – July 26, 2021 – St-Georges Eco-Mining Corp. (CSE:SX) (CNSX:SX.CN) (OTC:SXOOF) (FSE:85G1) is happy to supply an update on the advancement of its lithium processing technological know-how pertaining to battery-similar feedstocks, spodumene concentrate and lithium in clay and clay-like particles.

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The Firm has acquired the guidance of the federal governing administration of Canada in the enhancement of the portion of the know-how that both generates or converts some of the tailing or non-strategic metals parts of the product processed into a high quality fertilizer.

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The Enterprise has gained a grant from the Pure Sciences and Engineering Investigate Council of Canada (NSERC) to initiate a partnership among St-Georges Eco-Mining and academic establishments inside of a new initiative known as “A round overall economy initiative to develop a Quebec dependent creation of fertilizer from the recycled merchandise of lithium-ion batteries”.

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The latest grant of $25,000 will initiate the system. The Business expects that the initiative will proliferate with extra partnerships from substantial chemical and agricultural industrial operators now confidentially concerned.

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“(…) For us, this is a recognition of the relevance of our perform and the affirmation that our complete processing tactic that targets the reduction of tailings from lithium-in-clay mining functions, lithium hydroxide spodumene focus production and the processing of all rejects allowing for the recycling of 100% of battery content is accumulating fascination from strategic marketplace partners and the authorities.  (…) This investigate will allow for us to carry to industry higher-quality fertilizers that are in large desire from our proposed 2021 operational plants in Québec and will boost the econometrics of our processing technology for all tricky rock spodumene deposits and for clays like our partners Legendary Minerals (TSX-V: ICM) and their Bonnie Claire challenge. (…) the enhancement of this segment of our technological innovation differs from all the things else we have found so significantly from the level of competition, and we assume to disclose added facts on the outcomes of the related pilot exams in the coming times and weeks.” mentioned Enrico Di Cesare, EVSX’s CEO and St-Georges’ VP Research & Improvement.

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ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF Directors

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Enrico Di Cesare”

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ENRICO DI CESARE

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Director & VP R&D

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A bout St-Georges

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