Altilium secures £700,000 from UK government for two collaborative research projects

Policy & Regulation

The two projects aim to develop new environmentally friendly processes for the recycling of REE and other battery metals from mine tailings

UK-based material recycling company Altilium has secured over £700,000 in UK government innovation funding for two collaborative research projects focused on the recovery of copper and rare earth elements (REE) from mine waste, the company announced Nov. 28.

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