Dick Benoit is President of Sustainable Solutions, a Nevada consulting company focused on geothermal resources and drilling. Sustainable Solution's clients include a wide variety of private companies and governmental agencies, both domestically, and internationally. Completed and ongoing projects have included evaluations of prospect areas, exploration for geothermal resources using all available geoscience techniques, as well as drill program development and supervision. These projects have been located in California, Nevada, Utah, Alaska, Ethiopia, Italy, Iceland, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru, and Chile.
The close ties between high Lithium concentrations and geothermal systems coupled with similar exploration techniques, including drilling, bring an important skill set to Dajin. With more than 42 years' experience, much of it drilling in the playas of the Basin and Range Province, Dajin is pleased to bring Dick onto the Advisory Board helping Dajin execute their next steps of it exploration and drilling program.
Recently, along with Dajin Director Dr. Catherine Hickson, Dick visited Dajin's Teels Marsh and Alkali Lake prospects to complete a preliminary assessment of logistics and review permitting needs as part of the preliminary work required for the planning and execution of the exploration activities scheduled for later this year.
About Dajin: (www.dajin.ca)
Dajin is an early stage energy metals exploration company holding a 100% interest in claims known to contain lithium and boron values in the Teels Marsh region of Mineral County and the Alkali Lake region of Esmeralda County in Nevada. Dajin also controls a 100% interest in a series of mineral concessions in Jujuy province, in Argentina.
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