EXTRACTING GOLD FROM FLY-ASH - ROYAL MINES & MINERALS CHOLLA PROCESS

Since September 2010 RMMC has been laboratory and pilot testing the Cholla process. Independent bench scale tests have validated that we are exposing recoverable gold using our process. We have run over 50 tons of coal fly ash to date. We have experienced in-house values ranging from traces of gold to multiple ounces of gold per ton. We can reproduce metal in hand process tests which we are scaling up. Our team possesses the technical and engineering expertise to execute RMMC’s business objectives. We intend to work with strategic partners to scale up the Cholla process and expand production to multiple locations.

New Filter Press Installed Phoenix, Plant

Wilfley Concentrating Table

Bulk Bag Feeder and Cascading Tanks

Raw Concentrate from Ash, after the Royal Mines Cholla Process

Magnified gold concentrate from ash product.

5. oz of Gold from Royal Mines Cholla Recovery Process

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