Copi Project

As demand for high quality mineral sands continues to increase, RZ Resources is well positioned to deliver the Copi Project and generate jobs for the local communities of far south-western NSW.

Situated in the globally recognised Murray Basin mineral sands district in New South Wales, the project is in a tier 1 location. It is 35km from Silver City Highway and 60km from established mineral sands mines.

The Copi Project had a JORC resource of 818MT at 1.0% heavy mineral following the 2021 drill program, however the extents of deposit in terms of depth, width and length have yet to be found.

The mineral assemblage of the deposits shows high levels of the valuable rutile and zircon in the heavy mineral concentrate along with leucoxene, ilmenite and rare earth element bearing minerals. The deposit sits within a significant saltwater aquifer, suitable for the establishment of a potential low‐cost dredge mining operation.

Quick facts

818MT

at 1.0% heavy mineral following the 2021 drill program

TIER 1

Situated in the globally recognised Murray Basin mineral sands district

15+ YEARS

pursuing a strategic drilling program with a clear strategy to build reserves and resources

The Copi Project is a strandline-type deposit and comprises of both Copi North (EL8312) and Sunshine (EL8385) tenements. RZ Resources is pursuing a strategic drilling program with a clear strategy to build reserves and resources to support a mine life to 15+ years.