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Świętokrzyska Industrial Group Industria (ŚGP Industria) has confirmed the presence of uranium in a deposit located within the Świętokrzyskie Region in southern Poland. The company intends to conduct further exploratory work to ascertain the size of the deposit and suitable extraction methods. While the exact location remains undisclosed, detailed assessments in the coming months will focus on determining the deposit’s magnitude and optimal exploitation techniques.

According to estimates by the International Atomic Energy Agency, Poland harbors around 100,000 tons of natural uranium, with only 7,000 tons confirmed thus far. ŚGP Industria secured an exploratory concession from the Ministry of Climate and Environment for a polymetallic deposit containing uranium in the region.

The verification of uranium presence in the deposit follows extensive efforts by the company. Subsequent exploration endeavors will aim to precisely delineate the composition of various elements within the deposit, its dimensions, and potential extraction methodologies.

Szczepan Ruman, president of the Board of ŚGP Industria, expressed satisfaction with the progress, emphasizing the significance of the discovery for mining development in the Świętokrzyskie Region and Poland’s access to critical raw materials, particularly uranium for the nuclear sector. Ruman highlighted the discovery’s importance in fostering cooperation with Rolls-Royce for the implementation of small modular reactors (SMRs) in Poland.

The company’s research drew upon documents from the National Geological Archive of the State Geological Institute in Warsaw, incorporating data from the Soviet atomic program and uranium exploration activities in the Świętokrzyskie Mountains during the 1950s.