Seabridge Gold’s Design of KSM Project’s Tailing Management Facility Confirmed as Best Available Technology by Leading Engineering Firm

Three Different Expert Reviews Reach the Same Conclusion on Best Design Solution

Toronto (Canada) — Seabridge Gold announced today the results of its Best Available Tailing Technology (BAT) review for its KSM Project located in British Columbia. The review was completed by Klohn Crippen Berger, a world-leading engineering design firm.

The BAT study confirms that the existing tailing management facility design, consisting of centerline dams constructed with double cycloned sand and a till core in association with wet tailings deposition, is the best available technology for tailings deposition and the most environmentally responsible design to minimize long term risks associated with the proposed tailing storage facility for the KSM Project.

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