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THE first phase of Boss Resources' three-pronged restart plan for the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia has wound up on time and within budget as Boss looks to ramp up to a 3.2 million pound a year operation.

 The Honeymoon uranium mine

The Honeymoon uranium mine

Boss has plans to boost Honeymoon's plant capacity up to 2 million pounds of uranium compound  - triuranium octoxide - a year by using a combined solvent extraction  and ion exchange system to ramp the...

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