SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. (OTCQB: ECPN) announced today that the U.S. Forest Service has agreed to El Capitan’s use of Right of Way road access at its New Mexico mine site. The agreement represents the Company’s ability to overcome yet another obstacle on its path toward supporting its mining operations and revenue generation.
John F Stapleton, Chairman and CEO, stressed the importance of the Forest Service agreement for the Company’s ability to support its full range of operational activities—from mining to crushing ore at the mine site. The Company is able to operate at a full commercial level. As reported last week, the equipment for the processing plant is on site, installation is in progress, and the plant is expected to be operational within the next week.
Stapleton added, “The agreement to the Right of Way resolution from the Forest Service is the result of months of meetings and discussions with state and national agencies and persistent due-diligence work and follow-through by El Capitan and its advisors.”
The Company anticipates several key announcements and updates in the coming weeks, all of which will move forward its agenda for revenue generation and enhancement of the asset value of the New Mexico property.
About El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc.:
El Capitan Precious Metals, Inc. is a mining company based in Scottsdale, Arizona that is principally engaged in the mining of precious metals and other minerals. The Company’s primary asset is its wholly owned subsidiary El Capitan, Ltd., an Arizona corporation, which holds the 100% equity interest in the El Capitan property located near Capitan, New Mexico. www.elcapitanpmi.com
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