Western Potash Corp. secures strategic pipeline right-of-way for its process water

Western Potash Corp. has successfully negotiated the purchase of an 11-kilometre pipeline right-of-way that runs from the City of Regina Waste Water Treatment Plant (“RWWTP”) to the TransGas natural gas storage caverns, located less than 30 kilometres from the Milestone Potash Project site. Acquiring this right-of-way was important because of the increasing commercial, industrial and residential development in the area. The company negotiated the rights with TransGas Limited, a natural gas storage and transmission company.  TransGas Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of SaskEnergy Incorporated, a Crown corporation of the Saskatchewan provincial government.

The right-of-way will facilitate the construction of a 30-inch pipeline within the existing right-of-way corridor to transport process water from the RWWTP to the Milestone Potash Project site.

About Western Potash Corp.

Western Potash Corp. is a development stage company focused on building Canada’s most efficient potash solution mine. A positive Feasibility Study for the Milestone Project was completed in December 2012.

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