JPA

Hundreds of people have approached the Geoalcali facilities at the Rocaforte – Sangüesa site during these two days for the II Open House Days and to learn more about the Muga Mine potash extraction project.

For Peter Albert, CEO of the company, “this public attendance is a resounding success for participation, which demonstrates the interest that exists throughout the area for the project” after having obtained the favorable Environmental Impact Permit (DIA).

Albert pointed out, “For us this type of conference is a great opportunity to explain and answer all the doubts and questions that may arise regarding a project that, as the attendees have been able to verify, is solid, solvent and sustainable.”

Finally, the company’s CEO said, “on behalf of all the professionals working at Geoalcali, thank you to everyone who has approached the facilities and for the effort made” which also reaffirmed “the company’s commitment to the community to make available the updated information on the Muga Mine project and all its social, economic and environmental implications”.