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|52 Week Range||0.12 - 0.60|
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|Earnings Date||Mar 28, 2018 - Apr 2, 2018|
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Comstock Mining Inc. (the “Company”) (NYSE American:LODE) today announced its progress towards, and additional plans for, advancing its Dayton project, which contains the Company’s second largest gold and silver mineral resource. The Company has retained the independent mining advisory firm of Behre Dolbear to produce a National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101”) compliant technical report for the Dayton resource area, followed by a Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”) during the fourth quarter of 2018. This report is expected to include a robust resource estimate, and to provide a plan to further develop the resource.
Itronics Inc. (ITRO), a diversified producer of GOLD’n GRO zinc fertilizers and silver products and a green technology development Company, today reported that it has entered into an agreement to rent, with an option to purchase, a centrifuge that will be used in its hydrometallurgical processes. The Company has obtained funding to purchase the machine if the testing demonstrates that it will work for its hydromet applications. The hydromet (leaching) processes produce the high silver content concentrate used in Itronics’ Breakthrough “Zero Waste” E-scrap refining.
Itronics had previously announced that its technology recovers all of the copper, tin, silver, gold, and palladium (palladium is a Platinum Group Metal, PGM) carried on the discarded circuit boards being refined. The bullion content of these metals (except for silver) is remaining constant. The increase in silver is from higher silver content of the concentrates produced by the hydromet technology that is in pilot scale development. Further details will be provided in a future press release.
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Itronics Inc. (ITRO), a diversified zinc fertilizer and silver producing green technology Company, today announced that it has completed temporary installation of its commercial scale e-scrap grinder and started testing the finely ground material in its refining furnaces. The furnaces are now producing between 50 and 80 percent more bullion per melt, with variability based on differences in metal content of feed material. “It is exciting to us to see that our theory of the grinding benefits is now being realized," said Dr. John Whitney, Itronics President. The Company’s breakthrough technology uses silver to extract silver, copper and gold along with the critical metals (as recently defined by the U.S. Department of the Interior) tin, antimony and palladium from e-scrap.
Itronics Inc. (ITRO), a diversified producer of GOLD’n GRO zinc fertilizers and silver products and a green technology development Company, today reported that the final list of 35 minerals deemed critical to the U.S. National Security and the Economy published by the U.S. Department of Interior on May 18, 2018 includes three metals being recovered by Itronics breakthrough technology E-Waste (computer waste) recycling pilot plant in Reno, Nevada. These three metals are tin, antimony, and palladium in the order of quantities being recovered. Itronics had previously announced that its technology recovers all of the copper, tin, silver, gold, and palladium (palladium is a Platinum Group Metal, PGM) carried on the discarded circuit boards being refined. The technology also recovers all of the antimony, which is a fire retardant mineral that is used to make the circuit boards fireproof. These metals are contained in the Company’s silver bullion which is sold to a finish refiner for separation and sale. The Company does not presently get paid for the tin and antimony contained in the bullion, but continues to seek a refiner who can economically separate and pay for these metals.
Dr. John W. Whitney, President of Itronics (ITRO) recently attended the Comstock Mining Inc. (NYSE American:LODE) Annual Meeting of Stockholders. Comstock has been collaborating with Itronics, which reported positive results from initial testing of its KAM-Thio, clean processing technology, on Comstock’s mineralized material. KAM-Thio leaching test results, performed at independent metallurgical labs, demonstrated that the residual silver, gold, base metals, and cyanide can still be recovered from previously leached material, creating a potentially efficient and environmentally attractive process. Test results also showed that the cyanide residual in the cyanide leached material was removed by the new leaching process, to a level lower than the drinking water standards.
VIRGINIA CITY, Nev., June 06, 2018-- Comstock Mining Inc. held its Annual Meeting of Stockholders on Thursday, May 31, 2018, at the historic Gold Hill Hotel in Gold Hill, Nevada. The Company used the opportunity ...
Itronics Inc. (ITRO), a diversified producer of GOLD’n GRO zinc fertilizers and silver products and a green technology development company, today announced sales results and summarized its operations and growth projects for the first quarter ended March 31, 2018. Total Revenues for the three months totaled $243,794 compared to $437,813 in the same period in 2017. Fertilizer sales were lower compared to the 2017 first quarter due to dry and unusually cold weather in the Company’s California markets. GOLD’n GRO fertilizer sales rebounded in April and May, but the California fertilizer season is at least a month behind schedule compared to the 2017 season. The adverse impact of weather on fertilizer sales underlines the importance of the Company’s accelerated e-scrap technology development. However, moderate growth in GOLD’n GRO fertilizer sales in 2018 is expected to contribute to expanded Company total sales.
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Comstock Mining Inc.(NYSE American:LODE) in an April 26th news release reported positive results from initial testing in collaboration with Itronics Inc. (ITRO), of Itronics’ KAM-Thio, clean processing technology, on Comstock Mining’s silver-gold heap leach tailings. The Company’s cyanide leaching process has historically recovered approximately 80-89 percent of its gold and 50-59 percent of its silver. KAM-Thio leaching test results, performed at independent metallurgical labs, are demonstrating that the residual silver, gold, base metals, and cyanide can still be recovered from the previously leached material, creating a potentially efficient and environmentally attractive process.
Itronics Inc. (ITRO), a diversified zinc fertilizer and silver producing green technology Company, today announced that it has acquired an exclusive 6 month option (which can be extended 6 months if needed) to purchase a manufacturing facility located at Wabuska, Nevada. "This is a long term strategic site acquisition for commercial expansion of Itronics' unique portfolio of 'Zero Waste Technologies,'" said Dr. John Whitney, President. Primary among these technologies are the new hydrometallurgical processes for leaching iron (FeLix Process), zinc (ZinLix Process), and sulfur (SuLix Process) for use in production of GOLD’n GRO micronutrient fertilizers, and high silver content concentrates for e-scrap refining.
VIRGINIA CITY, Nev., April 26, 2018-- Comstock Mining Inc. today announced selected unaudited financial results for the fiscal quarter ended March 31, 2018.. First Quarter 2018 Selected Strategic and Operational ...