March 19, 2019 – American Battery Metals Corp. (the “Company” of “American Battery Metals“) is pleased to announce it has finalized the details for the geophysical survey as part of the exploration program announced on March 13th, 2019. The radon survey on the Company’s Temple Mountain property in Utah is scheduled to commence on April 15th, 2019 and is expected to be concluded within 10 days.
Radon GeoDome Electret Survey
The charged electrec domes are surveyed and placed in particular grids to identify the sub surface uranium and vanadium bearing paleochannels by absorbing the radon gas and depleting the set charged domes when crossing these channels. The survey will utilize electrets manufactured by Radelec Inc., a leader in the field of radon detection with over 25-years of manufacturing experience, and a proprietary application developed by GeoXplor Corp. for mineral exploration.
Matthew J. Rhoades, CPG, RG, who is a consultant to the Company and is a qualified person within the context of National Instrument 43-101, has approved the contents of this news release.
Michael Mulberry, President & CEO of American Battery Metals, commented “We are exited to rapidly unfold our exploration program and provide much anticipated newsflow to our shareholders.”
About the Company
American Battery Metals Corp. is a junior mineral exploration company engaged in the business of acquiring, exploring and evaluating natural resource properties. The Company has an option to acquire a 50% interest in the Fish Lake property located in Esmeralda County in the state of Nevada, USA and an option to acquire a 100% interest in the Temple Mountain Vanadium Property located in Emery County, Utah, USA.
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