Curis Resources releases new Florence Copper video: Changing the way Copper is made

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FLORENCE, AZ– Following the recent release of a positive Prefeasibility Study demonstrating the economic and technical viability of the Florence Copper Project, Curis Resources (Arizona) Inc. today released its new corporate video, Changing the Way Copper is Made.

The video outlines the process of in-situ copper recovery (ISCR), how the Phase 1 production test facility (PTF) at Florence Copper will be operated responsibly, how local and regional ground water quality will be protected, and how Florence Copper represents a significant near-term economic development opportunity for the Town of Florence and the surrounding region.
“This video provides an excellent overview of how Florence Copper will produce copper safely and efficiently, using reliable and advanced technologies,” said Dan Johnson, Vice President and General Manager of Florence Copper. “This video is a great tool that we will use to continue to engage with the public, local officials, and our neighbors about Florence Copper and the benefits we will bring to the community, county, and the state.”

Florence Copper is focused on working with local community members, elected officials, government regulators and other stakeholders to share information and address any concerns as the project advances.
Florence Copper continues to offer site tours of the project operations as part of a commitment to providing open-door access to the Florence Copper site and its technical experts. The weekly tours are designed to allow visitors to come away with a better understanding of how Florence Copper will be operating its test facility safely and responsibly.

For more detailed information on the results of the Prefeasibility Study, please refer to Florence Copper’s Feb. 13 news release at www.florencecopper.com. To take a tour, please contact our community office at 520-868-8060 or online at sitetours@curisresources.com.

To view the video please click here: http://bit.ly/VLW6tq

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