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Potash West NL, At the Dinner Hill Project New Phosphate Mineral Resource Identified


-  Indicated Mineral Resource of 58Mt at 3.0% P2O5 of phosphate mineralisation identified at Dinner Hill.

-  Preliminary metallurgical studies indicate high recovery using simple screening, magnetic separation and flotation processes with +30% P2O5 grade concentrates produced.

-  Deposit remains open to the north and to the east with the potential for substantially increased tonnage.

-  Scoping study commenced with results anticipated in September.

-  Favourable logistics expected to enhance project economics.

Potash West NL (ASX:PWN) ("Potash West" or "the Company") advises that the recent evaluation of phosphate mineralisation at its Dinner Hill Deposit, has resulted in the delineation of an Indicated Mineral Resource of 58Mt at 3.0% P2O5 (phosphate) at 2.2% P2O5 lower cutoff.

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