Beyondie Sulphate of Potash Project

Closed 13 Nov 2017

Opened 6 Nov 2017


Kalium Lakes Potash Pty Ltd is seeking to develop a sub-surface brine deposit to produce approximately 150 kilotonne per annum of Sulphate of Potash product and by-products. The process will involve evaporation and processing operations at the Beyondie, 10-Mile and Sunshine Lakes area.

The Project is located approximately 160 kilometres south east of Newman, and 75 km east of the Kumarina Roadhouse, in the eastern Pilbara region of Western Australia.

The proposal includes the development of evaporation and crystalliser ponds, installation of production bores, trenches, pumps, pipelines, purification facility, access road upgrades, natural gas pipeline, and expansion of accommodation village, buildings, services and utilities (including water, power and waste disposal), disposal of excess salt.

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