Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX.V:GPY, OTCQX:NTGSF) (the “Company “or “Golden Predator”) reports continuing success in field testing of EnviroLeach Technologies Inc.’s (“EnviroLeach”) (CSE: ETI) (OTCQB: EVLLF) (7N2: FSE) non-cyanide environmentally-friendly solution in Golden Predator’s Secondary Recovery Unit (SRU) at its Yukon test processing plant (“Plant”). Eleven test batches totaling approximately 2 tonnes of the previously announced 5 tonne test sample resulted in 93.17% recovery of contained gold yielding 132.23 ounces of gold doré. Recoveries improved as the tests advanced with the final five test batches yielding 96.8% recovery of gold. These highly gratifying results confirm that processing and recovering environmentally friendly gold from high grade sulfide concentrate can be achieved with greater efficiency than cyanide, with far less environmental risk and far fewer regulatory requirements.
Junior exploration companies often struggle to tell their story to investors. Press Releases, even when they contain excellent news such as Renforth Resources (RNR.C) release on February 25th, are required to be technical and precise. That is not enough for Renforth’s CEO Nicole Brewster. In addition to the press release, Brewster puts out a set of informal notes,