License sought for seawater desalination plant in Chile

White Mountain Titanium Corporation announced on 26 April 2012 that it has applied for an access license to draw seawater for a planned desalination plant in Chile.

The plant will provide both industrial and potable water to the Cerro Blanco mining project and possibly to other users in the region as well.

Process and design engineering work is currently underway on the planned desalination plant, which, together with the access license, will be incorporated into the final project engineering design and environmental impact statement for submittal to the Chilean mining authorities.


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