Remediation of Nevada LLC
Remediation of Nevada, LLC is changing its’ name to Native American Mining Solutions (NAMS). The company will continue on the same mission, but will re-register and establish itself as a Woman Majority-Owned business. Cynthia Daily is going to lead the company as its’ Executive Director. Mrs. Daily has always been the driving force behind the operations, and is of Native American decent. She has the perceptive insight of following and honoring how the Native American addresses mining. Establishing a successful and safe mining operation that will provide a strong base for jobs, while protecting mother-earth is her primary objective.
The company has identified properties that contain minerals of direct importance to the National and Economic Security of this Country. In recent years, the United States has found itself increasingly dependent on the import of many strategically important metals and minerals from countries such as China, despite having a wealth of these commodities within our own borders. After an initial extended period of research, the company determined the most viable location to begin its’ first phase of the project, and specifically evaluated mineral deposits with excellent accessibility for year-around production.
The company has performed its’ first processing of heavy sand by utilizing a Keene Magnetic Separator, and was able to process 1000 lbs. of raw feed that was separated by a gravity concentration recovery. The concentrate was further analyzed, crushed and leached, and then by fire assay produced 1.15 grams of Gold and 1.95 grams of Silver. The company was also successful in sending 320 lbs. of raw feed to MTI for their metallurgical work-up and testing to produce a heavy metal concentrate and preform a bench scale test to produce typical Magnetite, Titanium, and Zircon products. The company’s next step is to establish its’ mill site for 10 ton @ hour Demo Plant to be placed into operation.
Products / Services
Heavy Metal Sand Concentrates/ Mining
To produce marketable heavy metal concentrates of five important products from our alluvial sand deposit of Garnet, Magnetite, Titanium, Zircon, and Gold.