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Namibia Critical Metals Inc :. - Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Deposit, Successful Hydrometallurgical Test Work Results in Highly Efficient Process   source:MarketscreenerNamibia Critical Metals Inc. ('Namibia Critical Metals' or the 'Company' or 'NMI') (TSXV: NMI) is pleased to provide an update on the development of the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth project since granting of the Mining Licence in July this year.The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Deposit is one of only two primary xenotime projects under development in the world. The deposit has the potential for significant pr...
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source:inceptive mindE-waste is the world’s fastest-growing domestic waste stream fueled mainly by higher consumption rates of electric and electronic equipment, short life cycles, and few options for repair. Much of it is handled unsafely, causing pollution, human health hazards, and the loss of valuable finite resources.It’s estimated that all those discarded electronic devices – such as mobile phones, laptops, printers – contain precious metals like copper, silver, and even gold, along with a wide range of valuable rare earth elements. These metals, which can be extracted, recycled, and reu...
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source:power metallurgy reviewThe University of Birmingham, UK, has announced the successful completion of the Rare-Earth Extraction from Audio Products (REAP) project which demonstrates that the rare earth magnets in loudspeakers, currently lost to landfill, can be successfully recycled.The REAP project was led by HyProMag, a company established by Professor Allan Walton from the School of Metallurgy and Materials, University of Birmingham, with founding directors Professor Emeritus Rex Harris, former head of the university’s Magnetic Materials Group and two Honorary Fellows, Dr John Speight ...
Release time: 2021 - 10 - 08
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source:power metallurgy reviewThe European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA) has released an action plan to secure access to rare earth elements for European industry. With the input of more than 180 industry stakeholders, ‘Rare Earth Magnets and Motors: A European Call for Action’ was developed to highlight the challenges related to the highly vulnerable global rare earth supply chain, and to provide specific actions that the EU, its member states, industry, and innovation communities should implement.“The EU has committed to the goal of becoming climate neutral by 2050,” stated Bernd Sch?fer, CE...
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