Silica sand is the primary ingredient in all types of glass manufacturing. It is used in making flat glass for buildings and vehicles, container glass for food and beverages, and as specialty glass for photovoltaic cells and mobile phones, as well as high-capacity lithium-ion (Li-ion or LIB) rechargeable batteries.


  • Paul Boyatzis | Non-Executive Chairman

    Mr Boyatzis has an extensive working knowledge of public companies and more than 30 years’ experience in the investment and equity markets. He has assisted many emerging companies raise investment capital both locally and through overseas institutional investors.

    Mr Boyatzis is a current member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Securities and Derivative Industry Association and a member of the Certified Practising Accountants of Australia.

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  • Bruce Maluish |

    Mr Maluish has more than 30 years’ experience in the mining industry with numerous roles as Managing Director and General Manager with organisations such as the Monarch Group of Companies, Matilda Minerals, Abelle, Hill 50 and Forsyth Mining. He has worked in a variety of resource sectors including gold, nickel and mineral sands, from both open pits and underground.

    His management and administrative experience includes the set up and marketing of IPOs, from commencement of exploration to full production, to the identification, development and expansion of projects including mergers and acquisitions. His international experience includes identification of projects and negotiations with clients in Asian markets.

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  • Peter Pawlowitsch | Non-Executive Director

    Mr Pawlowitsch holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia, is a member of the Certified Practising Accountants of Australia, and holds a Masters of Business Administration from Curtin University.

    These qualifications have underpinned more than 10 years’ experience in the accounting profession and more recently in business management and the evaluation of businesses and mining projects.

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