Cornish Lithium, the pioneering mineral exploration and development company that is headquartered at the Tremough Innovation Centre in Penryn, has announced details of a further community engagement session relating to its Trelavour Lithium Project, which is located within a repurposed china clay pit near St Austell.
As part of its stakeholder engagement plan for the Trelavour Project, the Company is hosting a presentation event to enable the local community to find out more about its current activities and upcoming development plans. These include environmental surveys and studies, the latest phase of drilling at the site and the construction of a demonstration-scale processing plant. This presentation will be held at St Dennis AFC on Tuesday 21 March at 6:30pm and will be followed by a question and answer session. Members of the community who would like to attend are encouraged to register their interest on the Cornish Lithium website at: www.cornishlithium.com/projects/lithium-in-hard-rock/trelavour/
Lithium is a vital metal that is used in the production of modern batteries. Global demand for it is increasing, primarily due to the growing adoption of electric vehicles. The granite rock which underlies Cornwall contains lithium-rich minerals and Cornish Lithium is assessing the potential to produce lithium from these minerals in an environmentally-responsible manner.
Pat Forward, Chief Operating Officer for Cornish Lithium, commented: “We look forward to engaging with local residents about the progress we have made and our development plans for Trelavour. We encourage as many people as possible to attend the presentation as it provides a forum for members of the community to share their views and for us to discuss and address any questions that they may have.”
Further details of the Trelavour Project can be found on Cornish Lithium’s website at www.cornishlithium.com/projects/lithium-in-hard-rock/trelavour/