Rock Tech taps DMT for Georgia Lake

Vancouver-based Rock Tech Lithium has engaged engineering services firm DMT Group for the coming phase of work at its wholly owned Georgia Lake lithium project in the Thunder Bay district of northwestern Ontario, Canada
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Georgia Lake

Staff reporter

Rock Tech board chairman Dirk Harbecke said DMT is currently assisting it on an upgrade to the project's prior National Instrument 43-101 resource estimate that includes work it has completed over the last 18 months.

The group is already working with the company to prepare Georgia Lake's preliminary economic assessment (PEA) study.

The spodumene-bearing pegmatites of the Georgia Lake area were discovered in 1955. In addition to spodumene, historical work has also identified beryl, columbite, molybdnite, amblygonite, apatite and bityite.

An October 2012 resource estimate outlined an indicated resources of 3.19 million tonnes and an inferred resource of 6.31 million tonnes at the property.