BacTech Unveils New Website - CEO Keynote Speaker at MEI 2018

BacTech Unveils New Website - CEO Keynote Speaker at MEI 2018

August 31, 2018, Toronto, Canada - BacTech Environmental Corporation (“BacTech or the Company”) (CSE:BAC, OTC:BCCEF) an environmental reclamation company focused on mine tailings and mineral processing, announced today the launch of its newly revamped website at This newly redesigned website offers quick and easy access to essential information and features that offer a more comprehensive understanding of the Company's projects and commitment to enhancing sustainability in mining. The completely revamped website features a streamlined and simplified design, improved functionality and enriched content areas to help investors obtain a clearer picture of the Company’s mandate.

The website also has a comprehensive investor section with updated company news and events, financial and stock information and OSC filings.

The Company also announced that President and CEO, Ross Orr, will be a keynote speaker at the upcoming Mining & Exploration International Conference (MEI 2018) in Las Vegas, Nevada September 6-8. The one-hour presentation will begin at 4pm Nevada time on Thursday, September 6th.

Project Overview

The Telamayu project involves the environmental remediation of the “Antiguo” tailings with an option on the larger “Nuevo” tailings, both situated at the Telamayu mill site near the town of Atocha in the Department of Potosi in Bolivia. As part of the remediation process BacTech will recover silver, tin, and copper utilizing a conventional gravity and flotation process supported with a copper cementation circuit. The existing Telamayu mill concentrator has generated the Antiguo and Nuevo tailings by processing mineralized material from the surrounding mines for over 80 years. There is considerable infrastructure at the mill site including high voltage power, rail, mill housing, and a local workforce. The current infrastructure will contribute to a reduction in capital costs of the project. Currently metallurgical test work is underway to determine the percentage of metal to be recovered. Results will be released in the near future.

Ben Christy