Source - SMW
IronRidge Resources said it had acquired an additional, highly prospective lithium pegmatite tenure adjacent to its exciting Ewoyaa prospect, within the broader Cape Coast lithium project area in Ghana.

The company said it had entered into conditional and binding terms with Joy Transporters, a wholly-owned local Ghanaian company, providing the company with exclusive rights to the granted Saltpond exploration licence and Cape Coast application.   

Concurrently the company had submitted an exploration licence application through its wholly-owned Ghanaian subsidiary, Green Metals Resources Ltd, along the interpreted southern extension of the Ewoyaa prospect.

It said that in addition, comprehensive preliminary mineralogical studies completed on a suite of surface samples from the Ewoyaa prospect had confirmed spodumene as the dominant lithium bearing phase with a simple process flow-sheet envisioned.