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plat·i·num group

(plat'i-nŭm grūp),
A group of six amphoteric elements: iridium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhodium, and ruthenium.
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The International Platinum Group Metals Association (IPA) is a non-profit association representing the worldwide leading mining, production and fabrication companies in the global platinum group metals (PGMs) industry, comprising platinum, palladium, iridium, rhodium, osmium and ruthenium.
FRI in addition has a separate agreement with Zambales Chromite Ming Co Inc covering approximately 540 hectares to discover and use surface and underground chromite and other platinum group metals.
In a release, Pacific North West said the study could lead to new spending on the River Valley platinum group metals project.
With these mining rights, Platinum Group Metals will now go ahead with its Environmental Impact Assessment for this property, as needed by National Environmental Management Act, Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act and other legislations.
Located in Vancouver, BC, Platinum Group Metals Ltd.
He points out that the most of platinum group metals (PGM) recovery still is from automobile catalysts.
Platinum Group Metals recently announced a platinum palladium discovery 52 km southeast of that mine site.
7 grammes per tonne platinum group metals of inferred resources.
The Russian platinum group metals industry had total revenues of $4.