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Securing reliable and unhindered access to raw materials is important for the EU. In the EU, there are at least 30 million jobs depending on the availability of raw materials. The European Commission’s actions to ensure a sustainable supply of these materials can be divided...

This year’s PROMETIA Scientific Seminar will be held remotely on 10 December. The topic of the 2020 PROMETIA Annual Event is “From Horizon 2020 to Horizon Europe” and will review the raw materials community’s main achievements and identify the remaining challenges to be addressed in the next Horizon...

The Materials Processing Institute www.mpiuk.com has been awarded £22m by UK chancellor Rishi Sunak to deliver a five-year research and innovation programme to help facilitate transforming the steel and metals sector towards a more efficient, low carbon future. This will support a range of projects in collaboration...

The 3d CIRRUS course, developed within the EIT RawMaterials, will address circular residue usage in the metallurgical industry. During the training, attendees will discuss the origin and characteristics of secondary materials generated in different metallurgical industries, as well as opportunities and challenges related to recycling...

The Rare Earth Industry Association (REIA) will hold a webinar on Rare Earth Elements (REE) in Sustainable Circular Economy on 1 October 2020 from 13.00 to 15.00. The webinar will focus on how the principles of circular economy can be applied to REE and will...

In the context of resource scarcity and stringent environmental regulations, CRM Group has continually invested in new technologies and skills dealing with agglomeration of fine (secondary) raw materials and metallic turnings/swarfs, ending up in a unique and versatile pre-processing platform. Thanks to this wide range of cold...

Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology have developed new technology to recycle used batteries using hydrometallurgy. The hydrometallurgical process allows extracting clean basic materials that will be reused in batteries. Given the need to recycle an increasing amount of batteries according to EU legal requirements and the...

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