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Ceylon Graphite Initiates Drilling at K1 Site

Ceylon Graphite Corp. announces that it has commenced drilling at its K1 site, which is a past producing graphite mine. Drilling at K1 will initially focus on the area identified during VLF mapping around the old mine site. The K1 site is currently the highest priority grid that has been identified by the local geological team.

Bharat Parashar, Chief Executive Officer, said: "The intent is to initially drill in the vicinity of the old shaft and then the remainder of the grid up to depths of at least 300 meters to be able to ascertain the exact location of the highest quality graphite vein. This will be done by taking soil samples at different depths and then sending these samples to various laboratories to test for the quality of the graphite."


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