CARSON CITY, NV, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 03/03/2015 – – Franklin Mining, Inc (OTC Pink: FMNJ) (PINKSHEETS: FMNJ), Chairman, William Petty is pleased to announce having completed negotiations to obtain processing equipment for use at the Company’s facilities in Bolivia.
New Age Mining Equipment Company, Pipe Creek, Texas manufactures mining equipment specifically for small-scale operations. Based on the reverse helix spiral concept, units can be designed with capabilities of 3 to 30 tons per hour. Each unit is considered environmentally safe complete with water treatment and water re-cycling capabilities.
The initial equipment in operation at the Franklin facility will be expandable to a maximum 30 ton hourly capacity. The initial processing yield is estimated to be 3 grams per ton.
In making today’s announcement, Mr. Petty added, “New Age Mining Equipment has documented impressive results achieved by other small-scale operators in both Arizona and Alaska and I look forward to similar success in Bolivia.”
About Franklin Mining, Inc. (FMNJ: OTCMKTS US)
The company operates various mine sites under joint venture arrangements with companies in Bolivia, Peru and Mexico exercising highest standards of quality and efficiency by optimizing its resources and the preservation of the environment. In this way Franklin Mining generates value in the fields in which it operates and the projects it explores and exploits, besides contributing to the socio-economic and cultural development in the community and country it operates. Moreover, it develops mining operations through safe, low cost, innovative technology, social commitment and respect for the environment, creating value for the shareholders, employees, and the region in which it operates.
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