Standard Lithium Ships First Large Volume of Lithium Chloride Product From Arkansas Facility - Civil + Structural Engineer magazine


Commercial Plant Design
Standard Lithium and its technical team have begun the process of scoping and designing the first commercial Direct Lithium Extraction plant for the Arkansas project. The design process is being aided by data generated from the Company’s continuously-operating LiSTR demonstration plant, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have been engaged for early involvement in the design process.

Dr. Andy Robinson, president and COO of Standard Lithium commented, “Standard Lithium keeps on delivering and de-risking our pre-commercial plants. We’ve been successfully operating our first-of-its-kind industrial scale DLE plant in Arkansas, and we’ve been continuously making lithium chloride product for months. We’re now at the point where we’ve got our SiFT pilot plant running, and we can use it to convert the lithium chloride product from Arkansas. This is a very exciting time for us because we’re approaching the point where we can demonstrate the continuous extraction of lithium from Smackover brine and conversion into battery-quality material.”

About Standard Lithium Ltd.
Standard Lithium (TSXV: SLL) is an innovative technology and lithium development company. The company’s flagship project is located in southern Arkansas, where it is engaged in the testing and proving of the commercial viability of lithium extraction from over 150,000 acres of permitted brine operations. The Company has commissioned its first-of-a-kind industrial scale Direct Lithium Extraction Demonstration Plant at LANXESS’ South Plant facility in southern Arkansas. The Demonstration Plant utilizes the Company’s proprietary LiSTR technology to selectively extract lithium from LANXESS’ tailbrine. The Demonstration Plant is being used for proof-of-concept and commercial feasibility studies. The scalable, environmentally-friendly process eliminates the use of evaporation ponds, reduces processing time from months to hours and greatly increases the effective recovery of lithium. The company is also pursuing the resource development of over 30,000 acres of separate brine leases located in southwestern Arkansas and approximately 45,000 acres of mineral leases located in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, California.

Standard Lithium is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol “SLL”; quoted on the OTC – Nasdaq Intl Designation under the symbol “STLHF”; and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol “S5L”. Please visit the Company’s website at www.standardlithium.com

On behalf of the Board of Standard Lithium Ltd.

Robert Mintak, CEO & Director

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