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SALT PROJECT

It's time to pass the salt.

The strategically located Great Atlantic Salt Project can serve significant local Maritime demand and is uniquely positioned to capture market share from overseas countries with higher shipping costs.

  • North America remains a consistent significant net importer of road salt 
  • USA imports millions of tons per year from Chile, Egypt and Morocco 
  • Approx. 25 million tonnes of salt (~$58 U.S. per tonne) is scattered on U.S. roads annually – about 150 pounds for every American
SALT PROJECT

Logistics are everything.

Multiple Logistical Advantages:

  • Nearby deep water ports
  • Next to Trans Canada Highway
  • High voltage power on site
  • Skilled local workforce
  • Straightforward mining and processing
  • Brownfield Site
SALT PROJECT

100+ Year Salt Project.

  • 1.4 billion tonnes grading 95.6% NaCl (NI 43-101 independently verified Inferred resource)
  • Resource modelling indicates a “tremendous continuity” of the salt resource with average thickness of ~250 m
  • Distance to the top of the salt formation varies from 200 m to 400 m
SALT PROJECT

It's time to pass the salt.

The strategically located Great Atlantic Salt Project can serve significant local Maritime demand and is uniquely positioned to capture market share from overseas countries with higher shipping costs.

  • North America remains a consistent significant net importer of road salt 
  • USA imports millions of tons per year from Chile, Egypt and Morocco 
  • Approx. 25 million tonnes of salt (~$58 U.S. per tonne) is scattered on U.S. roads annually – about 150 pounds for every American
SALT PROJECT

Logistics are everything.

Multiple Logistical Advantages:

  • Nearby deep water ports
  • Next to Trans Canada Highway
  • High voltage power on site
  • Skilled local workforce
  • Straightforward mining and processing
  • Brownfield Site
SALT PROJECT

100+ Year Salt Project.

  • 1.4 billion tonnes grading 95.6% NaCl (NI 43-101 independently verified Inferred resource)
  • Resource modelling indicates a “tremendous continuity” of the salt resource with average thickness of ~250 m
  • Distance to the top of the salt formation varies from 200 m to 400 m