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Alexco Resource Corp.

Alexco Resource Corp.

Sector: Silver Ores Region: Canada


: | NYSE MKT: AXU | Toronto Stock Exchange: AXR


WELCOME TO ALEXCO RESOURCE CORP.

Alexco owns 100% of the historic Keno Hill Silver District, located in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Bellekeno silver mine, one of the world's highest-grade silver mines with a production grade of up to 1,000 grams per tonne, commenced commercial production at the beginning of calendar year 2011 and was Canada's only operating primary silver mine from 2011 to 2013. Alexco recently announced an interim suspension of operations at Bellekeno in order to decrease costs and reposition the District for long-term, sustainable operations. Alexco is rapidly exploring other promising high-grade silver prospects on its other District properties. Two more mines are already well into development, and the recent discovery of the second largest deposit ever in the District – the Flame & Moth - point to the prolific and prospective nature of Keno Hill. Alexco’s goal is to identify 100 million ounces of silver resources in this prospective District. Through its Alexco Environmental Group (AEG), a rapidly growing and profitable environmental services business, Alexco holds the contract to remediate environmental impacts from past mining in the Keno Hill District, in partnership with the Canadian government and the First Nations. This unique business model allowed Alexco to obtain the mineral and mining rights to the entire Keno Hill area and identify the best prospects for future production, while simultaneously getting paid to responsibly manage the reclamation of this historical mining District. AEG supplies mine-related environmental services to government and industry clients in Canada, the U.S. and elsewhere through North and South America and overseas. Alexco has a strong conviction in the tremendous exploration potential of the Keno Hill Silver District, no financial debt, and a unique business model utilizing both its environmental and mining expertise.

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Executives

Clynton R. Nauman, President and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Nauman brings over 35 years of diversified experience in the mineral industry, ranging from exploration and business development to operations and business management in the precious metals, base metals and coal sectors. Mr. Nauman is also currently the CEO of Asset Liability Management Group and has held various executive and operations positions with Nerco Minerals and Coal companies (now Rio Tinto), Kennecott and Viceroy Resource Corp. Mr. Nauman holds a BSc (Hons) in geology from Otago University, New Zealand.
Brad A. Thrall, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Thrall brings over 25 years of experience and accomplishments in mine operations management, environmental management and mine-closure planning and execution. Mr. Thrall has held a number of operations management positions with Viceroy Resource, Barrick Gold and Goldcorp and is also currently the President of Asset Liability Management Group. Mr. Thrall holds a B.Sc. in Metallurgical Engineering from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and an MBA from the University of Colorado.
Alan McOnie, FAusIMM, Vice President, Exploration
Mr. McOnie has over 30 years' experience as a professional geologist in mineral exploration, government and the precious metal industry. He holds a BSc in Geology from the University of Otago, New Zealand and an MSc in Geology from the University of Toronto. Prior to joining Alexco, Mr. McOnie worked as a geological and GIS mapping consultant in Australia, New Zealand, and North America, including Alexco's Keno Hill Project, and has held management and senior management level positions all through his career.
Vicki Veltkamp, Vice President, Investor Relations
Ms. Veltkamp has more than 25 years of precious metals mining industry and executive experience. She founded Positively PR in 2009, focusing on advising precious metals mining companies on investor, public and media relations. Prior to starting PPR, Ms. Veltkamp was VP, Investor and Public Relations for Hecla Mining Company, and also worked with Santa Fe Pacific Gold. Before joining the mining industry, she was a broadcast journalist working as radio news director, announcer, anchor and television public affairs moderator. She is currently on the Board of the Denver Gold Group, and acted as the Interim Executive Director during 2011. Ms. Veltkamp is past President of the Northwest Mining Association and was awarded a Life Membership in 2009.
James Harrington, MSc, President, Alexco Environmmental Group
Mr. Harrington has 20 years of experience in environmental cleanup of mining, industrial and government sites. He has led the closure design and implementation for mines in the Western United States and Canada for base and precious metals, coal and uranium. He is currently a consultant overseeing some of the largest groundwater remediation projects in the United States, providing strategic advice, regulatory consultation and technical oversight and review. Prior to joining Alexco, Mr. Harrington was Vice President for ARCADIS in the corporate remediation group. Mr. Harrington holds an MSc in microbiology and biochemistry.
Michael Clark, CA, Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Clark is a Canadian qualified Chartered Accountant with over eleven years of experience, including seven years in senior financial roles within the junior mining sector. Prior to joining Alexco in December 2014, he was with Goldgroup Mining for nearly five years, and held the position of Chief Financial Officer.
Joe Harrington, BSc , Vice President, Technology & Strategic Development, Alexco Resou
Mr. Harrington was the CEO/founder of Green World Science, and the patent inventor of the heavy metals immobilization treatment technology now owned by Alexco and protected by numerous Canadian, US and foreign patents. Prior to joining Alexco, Mr. Harrington was Vice President of the mining and metals business for ARCADIS, conducted research and development for controlled release fertilizers, fuel ethanol, phosphate mineral processing and bioremediation technologies for the J.R. Simplot Company, and served as technology liaison officer between the University of Idaho and the Simplot Company. Mr. Harrington was awarded the Goldwater Fellowship and completed his BSc and graduate course work at the University of Idaho. Mr. Harrington previously served on the advisory board of Energy Metals Corp. and currently serves on the advisory board of Golden Predator Mines Inc.

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