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Bryah has been awarded a co-funded drilling grant of up to $140,000 for a two-hole program to test for the VMS prize at the Windalah copper-gold deep target.



Bryah nabbed $130,000 EIS co-funding from the WA Government in the March quarter.



Bryah Resources’ transformation of critical nickel, copper and cobalt metals from the waste stream at a new vanadium mine in WA’s Mid West is looking more and more like an extremely cunning plan.


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Commenting on the progress, Bryah CEO Ashley Jones said: “With AVL’s BFS now completed, Bryah can utilise the updated BFS resource and Reserve and mine schedule to work with AVL on progressing the recovery of the additional, highly sought after battery metals from the tails produced by vanadium concentrate production."


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Bryah Resources (BYH) has completed a six-hole diamond drilling program at its Windalah Prospect in Western Australia.

The Windalah Prospect is located on the southern limb of the Mars Dome which forms part of a group of double-plunging anticlinal dome structures in the northern Bryah Basin.



Drilling has confirmed Bryah’s Windalah copper-gold prospect has all the textbook geology of a beautiful volcanogenic massive sulphide.



Manganese remains an important part of Bryah’s diverse resource portfolio with the company just completing 2.5km of reverse circulation drilling at the Brumby Creek joint venture project.



Bryah Resources Ltd released the maiden resource from its Bryah Basin manganese JV with OM Holdings Ltd in early March, north of Meekatharra.



Got 90 seconds? Then listen to Chief Executive Officer, Ashley Jones tell us about their company news.

Bryah Resources Limited (ASX:BYH) is a Perth-based mineral exploration company with a focus on exploration for high-grade copper-gold and manganese resources located in its two project areas in the Bryah Basin and at Gabanintha in the Meekatharra region of Western Australia.



Bryah’s funding commitment at the Bryah Basin JV with OM Manganese subsidiary OM Holdings (ASX:OMH) has ensured it holds a 49% ownership.

With OMM taking 51% ownership of the JV, this means they will also take overall JV management control, however the project will continue to use Bryah personnel and resources to plan and complete all programs.