LAS VEGAS, May 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- National Graphite Corp. (OTCQB: NGRC) is pleased to announce that, further to the news of March 5, wherein the Company submitted an "Intent to Operate" plan with the Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forestry Service, Elko District Office to drill five holes within the Chedic Voltaire lode claim block, the National Forestry Service has determined that the Company submit a "Plan of Operations" (PoO) to include an environmental impact study. Consequently we are submitting a 5 hole drill program to SWCA of Elko, Nevada. SWCA is one of the leading environmental consulting firms to the mining industry in the U.S. SWCA will give NGRC a quote and timeline for this work. Upon completion of this environmental impact study, the Company will then submit the PoO to the Forestry Service for permitting approval. A spokesperson, who has had a preliminary review, considers it a " Linear Environmental Evaluation" which is a very straight forward, simple, and timely process, as no road building is required.
The Chedic Graphite Property has been the recent subject of geochemical sampling and geophysics and has outlined the potential to host an economic graphite ore body.
National Graphite Corp. currently holds the rights to the Chedic Voltaire, past producing, graphite mine in NW Nevada near Carson City,
NGRC plans to advance the project through the exploration and development stages.
About National Graphite Corp.
National Graphite Corp. is an American based graphite development company focused on bringing the Chedic Graphite Mine back into commercial production to supply the fast growing graphite mineral market. The mineral is used in the manufacture of Lithium-ion batteries and is considered critical to U.S. industry sectors like Consumer Electronics, Green Technology and Alternative Energy. National Graphite is committed to long-term sustainable graphite production within North American.
Contact: Kenneth B Liebscher - CEO@nationalgraphitecorp.com
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