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Heavy Rare Earths adds more meat to Cowalinya

HEAVY Rare Earths has delivered a substantial boost to resources for its flagship Cowalinya clay-hosted REE project, outside Esperance in Western Australia.

 Ground between Esperance and Norseman is rapidly becoming a new REE province

Ground between Esperance and Norseman is rapidly becoming a new REE province

Cowalinya had a maiden resource of 28 million tonnes grading 625 parts per million total rare earth oxide at a cut-off grade of 300ppm that was calculated in 2022m, but after drilling some 440 aircore...

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