We use the latest trommel technology in our mining locations. We do not use chemical mining.

Alluvial is a term that refers to soil sediments and the various sand, silt, gravel, clay or other deposited matter left behind by flowing water. "Alluvial gold" refers to the type of gold dust found in that kind of soil. When the beds of rivers or streams are scooped and panned for gold dust, the product is referred to as alluvial gold.

Placer mining is the mining of stream bed (alluvial) deposits for minerals. This may be done by open-pit (also called open-cast mining) or by various surface excavating equipment or tunneling equipment. Placer mining is frequently used for precious metal deposits (particularly gold) and gemstones, both of which are often found in alluvial deposits—deposits of sand and gravel in modern or ancient stream beds, or occasionally glacial deposits. The metal or gemstones, having been moved by stream flow from an original source such as a vein, are typically only a minuscule portion of the total deposit. Since gems and heavy metals like gold are considerably denser than sand, they tend to accumulate at the base of placer deposits.

Our first few systems will be 50 ton per hour systems for alluvial deposits.

Figure 1: Alluvial Gold Mining System
Figure 2: 50 Ton per Hour Trommel


We are focusing on distributed electrical power generation using clean hydrogen fuel cell generators.

Benefits include:

 Fuel cells have a higher efficiency than diesel or gas engines.

 Most fuel cells operate silently, compared to internal combustion engines. They are therefore ideally suited for use within buildings such as hospitals.

 Fuel cells can eliminate pollution caused by burning fossil fuels; for hydrogen-fuelled fuel cells, the only by-product at point of use is water.

 If the hydrogen comes from the electrolysis of water driven by renewable energy, then using fuel cells eliminates greenhouse gases over the whole cycle.

 Fuel cells do not need conventional fuels such as oil or gas and can, therefore, reduce economic dependence on oil-producing countries, creating greater energy security for the user nation.

 Since hydrogen can be produced anywhere where there are water and a source of power, the generation of fuel can be distributed and does not have to be grid-dependent.

 The use of stationary fuel cells to generate power at the point of use allows for a decentralised power grid that is potentially more stable.

 The maintenance of fuel cells is simple since there are few moving parts in the system.

Oil Desulfurization

The technology we will use will be discussed at a later date.


We are committed to reforestation and site restoration. Lumber will be produced as we clear our sites for mining. Post production sites will be restored and reforestation will occur.