Today, the main mineral for the production of alumina is bauxite, which unfortunately the amount of these reserves in the world is limited. Therefore, to overcome this limitation, other reserves of this metal should be used. Clay deposits are reserves that contain significant sources of alumina. Clay is defined by the American Association of Materials and Testing as natural agglomerated minerals, including hydrated aluminum phyllosilicate, which, by adding sufficient moisture, acquire plastic properties and harden upon drying. Clay minerals include kaolinite, montmorillonite, illite, chlorite, gibcite and muscovite. As can be seen from the world maps, most of the southern parts of Iran (especially the southern part of Fars, Bushehr and western Hormozgan provinces) contain clay deposits, especially illite. Based on these explanations, the clay minerals in Lamerd region are being studied. Most of these minerals are muscovite, illite and chlorite, which contain significant amounts of aluminum oxide. After several initial experiments on these samples, the presence of other valuable elements in them was confirmed that can be considered in economic discussions. At present, this research project is being carried out by the experts of this company with a budget of 80000 dollars, in the preliminary and semi-industrial phases.