BCGold Corp Reports Bulk Sample Concentrate Grades Up At Engineer Gold Mine
BCGold Corp. (BCG.V) reported partial assay results from its 2011 bulk sampling and test milling program at the Engineer Gold Mine in northwestern British Columbia. The company said it has received assay results for 815 kg of Table Concentrate that was produced while test milling six composite bulk samples mined from remnant portions of the Engineer and Double Decker Veins above 5-Level, in some cases outside and adjacent to the currently stated mineral resource. This material was previously categorized as waste material by conventional chip sampling and drilling.
Gold was recovered in up to three separate concentrates from the on-site mill's recovery circuit for each of the six bulk samples. The Company awaits assay results for approximately 190 kg of Sluice Concentrate and approximately 5 kg of High-Grade Gold Stream Concentrate in order to estimate diluted mining head grades for each bulk sample. These results are expected in January 2012.
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