Altair International Corp, (OTC: ATAO), Is An American-Owned Holding Company Engaged In Identifying And Assessing New Business Opportunities. Our Primary Focus, Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Technology And Advanced Exploration Of Mineral Resource Opportunities, Have Led Our Team To The Great State Of Nevada. The Initial Lithium Property, Stonewall, Is Located In Lida Valley, Nevada. ADDITIONALLY, OUR ANCHOR GOLD PROJECT, WALKER RIDGE, IS LOCATED JUST 60 MILES NORTH OF ELKO. THE Property Has 40 Claim Stakes And With The Recent Additions Of 187 Additional Claims, The Company Controls Over 4,540 Acres Of Highly Prospective Property Near McAfee Peak In The Independence Range, NV.
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The Stonewall project is located within the Lida Valley where high values for Lithium have been recorded on surface and within drill cuttings as well as brine within the Lida Valley by a number of exploration efforts that date back to the mid 1970s.
More recent geochemical surveys have have revealed anomalous to high levels of Lithium over an 9km (5.6 mile) expanse with two main concentrations in a portion of the valley A new round of geophysics and sampling is highly warranted.
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The Walker Ridge project is located in gold capital of the U.S, Nevada, just 60 miles (100km) north of the mining hub, Elko, and is easily accessed via roads off of Highway 225. The project is sandwiched in-between gold producers and is located just north of the producing Jerritt Canyon gold mines.
Cumulative production from the Jerritt Canyon deposits has now totaled over 8.7 million ounces. The proximity to the Jerritt Canyon Mill and infrastructure is a critical advantage for the Walker Ridge Project.
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Advanced Recycling Solutions – NICKEL, COBALT, RARE EARTH CIRCUIT
The second circuit aims to recover metals like nickel, cobalt, rare earths, and critical elements. This portion subjects the recovered components to a two-stage leach. The first recovers rare earths and critical elements. The second puts nickel, cobalt, and other metals into solution. The first solution goes through resins for the selective recovery and purification stages and will have a fertilizer by-product. The second solution recovers cobalt removed from the circuit with a solvent extraction step. This step collects cobalt for high purity cobalt with electrowinning. The second solvent extraction circuit collects nickel for high purity nickel production and goes to electrowinning./
Leonard Lovallo, is a Managing Member of Millennial Investments, LLC, a consulting firm that he controls, through which he has, since 2014, assisted public and private companies in the areas of mergers, acquisitions, debt restructuring, equity investments and corporate governance.
Douglas H. Oliver is a career geologist with over 40 years’ experience in mineral exploration, research and teaching at university level. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Geology from Rutgers University and has an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and a PhD in Tectonics from Southern Methodist University. His career in mineral exploration has focused on precious metals in the western United States as well as Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Latin America and Africa.
Adam Fishman is an attorney by profession and practiced law for 10 years in both private practice and as in-house counsel at United Airlines. Until 2005, Adam served as the first Chicago area Director for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) tripling its reach in the region. Adam’s Israel business development and consulting career began after moving to Israel in 2005 where he was the VP of Legal and Director of Corporate Development for SLK Development & Consulting Group Ltd. and serving as the Executive Director of American Friends of Likud. In these capacities, Adam has developed relationships with Israel’s hi-tech business, innovation, security and political leaders including CEOs, Ministers, and Ambassadors, as well as Middle East political and security experts and journalists.
Syed Rahman is a Technical Architect by profession and delivered Hi-Tech solutions for 17 years in Finance, Retail, Telecom and Public sector. Until 2015, Syed headed architecture teams in Asia Pacific and Middle east for various Telecom, Government and Banking projects. Syed has worked with NPCI (Reserve Bank of India’s entity) on designing and deployment of India’s National switch and Core mobile payment Platform of Indian banking system. Drove Mobile payment adaptation post demonetisation playing a key role in defining the technical directions for Payment systems. He served as Head of Customer relations – Technologies for Asia Pacific for Pactera Edge, Head of Cloud technologies India for Apps Associates and NetEnrich and Director for Black Cactus Global. In these capacities he has worked in building relation with customers in Retail, Banking, Logistics, telecom Government sectors, working closely with Policy makers/Advisors, Ministers, CXO’s and State Secretaries. He has advised Startups, helping with GTM as well as product execution strategy. Actively working with a Start-up (Colakin Inc) in Retail sector, heading it in India and Middle east.