NEW CASTLE, Delaware., 2nd April 2019. /PRNewswire/ – EESTech (otc-pink:EESH)
EESTech signs a 10-year Ferrochrome Slag Reclamation Agreement with Samancor Chrome Limited.
EESTech specializes in the reclamation and remediation of mine site waste and process slag with a patent pending process that delivers highly cost-effective waste management solutions previously thought unachievable.
EESTech’s services will have a significant positive impact on the world’s mining and resource industries by increasing productivity, reducing energy demands, delivering significant economic benefits and environmental sustainability.
Samancor Chrome, South Africa, has awarded EESTech an exclusive ten-year agreement, with a five year extension option, granting reclamation rights to the Ferrochrome (FeCr) process slag located at Samancor Chrome’s Ferrometals process facility in Emalahleni, South Africa. This facility currently stockpiles in excess of 10 million tons of FeCr slag with new horizons being continuously added.
Samancor Chrome produces more than 1.7 million tons of Ferrochrome per annum across five smelting facilities, positioning Samancor as the second largest FeCr producer in the world.
EESTech’s CEO, Mr. Murray Bailey, welcomes the Agreement with Samancor Chrome and said “EESTech’s unique ability to process up to 900,000 tons of FeCr slag per annum to recover all residual chrome units will establish new industry standards for mine site waste and process slag management.”
Under the terms of Agreement, Samancor Chrome will purchase all Ferrochrome metal recovered by EESTech that meets agreed specifications.
All EESTech post-process tailings are transformed into environmentally stable, inert, sand-products suitable for a wide variety of commercial applications.
All sand products are owned by EESTech, to be marketed as ThermaSandTM, a high-grade foundry sand suitable for export to the worlds metal-casting industry.
EESTech transforms 100% of waste into value-added products to deliver zero-waste outcomes.
● Industry benefits ● Government compliance is realised ● Environmental sustainability is achieved