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Source:The Lane ReportA University of Kentucky-led research team is operating a pilot-scale processing plant in Webster County that may hold the key to mining rare components of common electronics in the heart of coal country.Rick Honaker, a professor of mining engineering at the University of Kentucky, has been working with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) officials to examine the feasibility of extracting rare earth elements (REE) from coal and coal byproducts. REEs are a group of 17 elements found in the earth’s crust and are used in manufacturing high-tech products such as electric cars, re...
Release time: 2019 - 02 - 27
Source:As per a Gazette notification by the Union Ministry of Mines dated February 20, 2019, the Centre has changed the rules that earlier allowed private companies to mine rare earth minerals found in the beach sands.The Government has amended rules that had allowed private companies to mine rare earth minerals found in the sands along India’s coastline.This comes just weeks after the government move to canalise exports of beach sand minerals through public sector firm Indian Rare Earths Ltd, which restricted the operations of private sector miners of beach sand minerals such as garnet, leuco...
Release time: 2019 - 02 - 26
Source:ScienceDailyUntil now, carbon dioxide has been dumped in oceans or buried underground. Industry has been reluctant to implement carbon dioxide scrubbers in facilities due to cost and footprint.What if we could not only capture carbon dioxide, but convert it into something useful? S. Komar Kawatra and his students have tackled that challenge, and they're having some success.A team lead by Kawatra, a professor of chemical engineering at Michigan Technological University, his PhD students, Sriram Valluri and Victor Claremboux, and undergraduate Sam Root, have designed a carbon dioxide ...
Release time: 2019 - 02 - 25
Source:International MiningSweden-based miner LKAB says it will invest SEK45 million ($4.8 million) in pilot plants that could see phosphorus and rare earth metals produced from its own mine waste.These plants are part of a prefeasibility study to define a commercial mine waste recycling process, ReeMAP, LKAB President and Group CEO Jan Mostr?m said.The company has made this decision after laboratory tests during 2018 confirmed it could produce more phosphorus and rare earth metals than previously estimated.From LKAB’s iron ore production, a residual product resembling sand is currently placed...
Release time: 2019 - 02 - 22
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