The Ghanaian Environmental Safety Company (EPA) has granted Purpose-listed GoldStone Assets an environmental allow for its Homase South Pit throughout the Akrokeri-Homase (AKHM) undertaking in south-western Ghana.

The environmental allow is a key allow required to permit the corporate to proceed in direction of development of the undertaking.

The corporate notes that it is a main achievement within the growth of the AKHM undertaking.

With the environmental allow now granted, the board expects mining and development operations on the undertaking to start imminently, with the primary gold pour anticipated inside two months.

The environmental allow, together with the ten-year mining lease which obtained Parliamentary Ratification on December 22, 2020, is a prerequisite for procedural operational permits that are anticipated to be granted on a well timed foundation.

GoldStone may even now make an software to the EPA for the environmental allow to be expanded to additionally cowl the entire of the corporate’s expanded mining lease in respect of AKHM, together with the Homase North and Homase Central pits.

“Now we have been eagerly awaiting receipt of this allow in order that we will begin development and mining. The allowing course of has taken roughly six months longer than what we initially anticipated, however we’re delighted to now be ready to start the following stage of operations on the AKHM undertaking,’” says CEO Emma Priestley.

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