- Recharge Metals (REC) appoints Impact Drilling Services to undertake exploration drilling at its Brandy Hill South Project in Western Australia
- The initial 2000-metre reverse circulation program will begin in late October
- The work will test the continuity of mineralisation and verify historical assay results
- Shares have closed flat at 17 cents on October 22
Recharge Metals (REC) has appointed Impact Drilling Services as the drilling contractor for its Brandy Hill South project in Western Australia.
The deal will see Impact carryout an initial 2000-metre reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at the project, which is set to commence in late October.
The upcoming work is designed to test the continuity of mineralisation and extensions along strike, as well as verify previous assay results.
According to REC, Brandy returned an historical intercept of 75 metres at 0.55 per cent copper that finished in mineralisation and contained 23 metres at 1.29 per cent copper, 3.4 grams of silver per tonne and 300 parts per million tungsten.
Recharge Metals’ managing director Brett Wallace said the company was pleased to welcome Impact to the exploration team and looked forward to sharing success.
“Impact has a very experienced team and management to complement their excellent equipment,” he said.
“The relationship with Impact Drilling has allowed Recharge to overcome the current scarcity of available drilling rigs in Western Australia.
“RC drilling will allow Recharge to target the quartz-sulphide, vein-hosted copper-gold mineralisation in the Brandy Hill South Project.”
The company is planning an additional 2000 metres of drilling following the initial program.
Shares in Recharge Metals closed flat at 17 cents on October 22.