Laguna Verde

Project Overview

Laguna Verde is a steep valley shaped basin, rimmed by volcanoes.

At the low point of the basin is a deep hypersaline lake (the ‘surface brine resource’) covering 15.2km2.

Initial project focus is the surface brine resource, which has an existing historical resource estimate, along with the evaluation of sub-surface resources targeting the basin filling sediments underlying the lake.

Work Completed and Next Steps

The project benefits from extensive historical data including:

a resource estimate on the surface brine resource

a gravity survey which indicates over 500m of basin fill exists under the current footprint of Laguna Verde

Transient Electromagnetic Survey (TEM) survey lines adjacent to the Laguna margin which indicate hypersaline brine target zones highly prospective for lithium resources

CleanTech Lithium’s resource evaluation work will focus on:

1) A sampling program on the surface brine resource to update and upgrade the historical surface brine resource into a JORC compliant resource estimate.

2) A resource drill program to test the subsurface hypersaline brine target zones.