General Moly, Inc.
(the "Company") (NYSE MKT and TSX: GMO), a U.S.-based molybdenum mineral development, exploration and mining company, announced that its 80% owned subsidiary, Eureka Moly, LLC, has initiated cultural clearance activities at the Mt. Hope Project. The State Archeologist at the Nevada State Office of the Bureau of Land Management issued an Archaeological Resource Protection Act Permit for the Mt. Hope Project treatment plan on November 29, 2012.
Bob Pennington, Chief Operating Officer of General Moly, said, “Cultural clearance is an important component of our environmental protection commitment and will be completed before major earthworks are done in any of the construction areas. We will concentrate on clearing priority areas for initial construction and then continue mitigation throughout the disturbance footprint. We believe that using this phased approach will allow us to maintain uninterrupted construction progress after a few weeks of initial clearance work is completed. Our contractors will conduct the clearance in accordance with the previously approved treatment plan, which reflects General Moly’s commitment to environmental excellence.”
Kautz Environmental Consultants has been contracted by Eureka Moly to initiate cultural clearance mitigation and will be onsite until the conclusion of the process. Kautz is a well-known and respected firm specializing in cultural resource surveys, mitigation, and regulatory compliance. They have extensive experience in Nevada and throughout the Western United States, having completed numerous projects since 1994.
General Moly is a U.S.-based molybdenum mineral development, exploration and mining company listed on the NYSE MKT (formerly the NYSE AMEX) and the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol GMO. Our primary asset, our interest in the
project located in central Nevada, is considered one of the world's largest and highest grade
deposits. Combined with our second molybdenum property, the
project that is also located in central Nevada, our goal is to become the largest pure play primary molybdenum producer in the world. For more information on the Company, please visit our website at
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