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West Port Gold Mine Receives Affirmative Decision from BLM for Mine Plan of Operations

Intertech Solutions Inc. (OTCPK: ITEC) ("Intertech Solutions Inc.," "ITEC" or the "Company") The Company is very pleased to announce the West Port Gold Mine in La Paz County, Arizona has received an affirmative decision from the BLM for its Mine Plan of Operations.

The Westport Energy Placer Gold Project in La Paz County, Arizona has received its signed Decision of Record from the BLM. The BLM Yuma Field Office will allow Westport Energy to process up to 1,000,000 tons of material on that property. This Mine Plan of Operations when issued will be under the authority of Federal Land Policy Act of 1976 and the 43 CFR 3809 and CFR 3715 regulations. Westport Energy also received the signed Finding of no Significant Impact (FONSI) report finalizing the Environmental Assessment (EA).

The 3715 occupancy permit is expected prior to the end of February 2017. This in turn will allow Westport Energy to proceed with the plant construction on site. ITEC will be announcing details of our planning schedule on the project in subsequent news releases.

Additionally the claim owner, West Port Energy is in final negotiations with a financial group and will be announcing terms on the funding shortly.

Craig Wiita, President states that "The Company has been working with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) fulfilling all requests for submissions over the past few months resulting in the signed Decision of Record. Upon receipt of the 3715 Occupancy Permit we will be allowed to commence site preparations and plant construction. The Westport Energy Placer Gold Project will be ready to begin commercial gold production within 90 to 120 days."


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