Ticker: ASX: WRM
Project Stage: Exploration, Development
Commodities: Zinc, Lead, Silver, Gold
Location: Australia

White Rock Minerals is a minerals resources exploration and development company based in the historic mining centre of Ballarat in Victoria, Australia.

White Rock owns the Red Mountain project in central Alaska – a high-grade zinc-silver-lead-gold project – and the advanced Mt Carrington gold-silver project in New South Wales.

Red Mountain has a Mineral Resource estimate of 9Mt grading 13% zinc equivalent, giving White Rock a quality advanced exploration project in an established mining district with significant potential to discover large zinc-silver-lead-gold-copper deposits in addition to extending the known zinc-silver-lead-gold deposits at Dry Creek and West Tundra Flats.

Mt Carrington is underpinned by a Mineral Resource estimate of more than 340,000 ounces of gold and 23 million ounces of silver.

The Mineral Resources are situated in seven surface deposits, all located on granted Mining Leases and with developed infrastructure. Following a positive Pre-Feasibility Study in late 2017, the Company can now progress Mt Carrington through a Definitive Feasibility Study and permitting process prior to a Decision to Mine, at which point a construction and commissioning finance package is available, subject to certain conditions.

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