Reach Resources has ‘high-grade’ manganese in its grasp

Reach Resources (ASX:RR1) has received ‘high-grade’ manganese results of up to 48% Mn at the company’s White Castles Project, in the Edmund Basin in Western Australia.

Located some 80km north of the company’s Morrissey Hill Lithium Project, the company says the receipt of assay results follows reconnaissance rock chip sampling program.

The White Castles project area comprises 3 large 100% owned strategically located tenements, and 3 tenement applications, totalling 665km-square.

Reach Resources recently conducted a helicopter supported reconnaissance rock chip sampling program. About 91 samples were collected from various outcropping material identified from satellite imagery and historical reporting.

Some of the samples selected were taken from the company’s adjoining Skyline REE project.

Laboratory analysis was conducted by Intertek laboratories.

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