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  • Recycling Neodymium Magnets

Recycling Neodymium Magnets

Recycling Neodymium Magnets Industrial neodymium magnets have become a critical part of our daily life and an important contributor to many advanced technology development. Majority of this rare-earth element is mined in China from monazite ((Nd, La, Ce)PO4) and bastnaesite (Ca(Ce, La, Nd)2(CO3)3 F2) ores; however, the mining and extraction processes can be expansive, complex [...]

Microbes Can Recover Rare-Earth Magnet Materials From Consumer Waste

Microbes Can Recover Rare-Earth Magnet Materials From Consumer Waste Recycling these materials critical into high-tech products could be crucial as the cost to mine and refine them continue to climb. Rare earth elements (REEs) such as neodymium and dysprosium are essential for technologies like solar and wind energy, advanced vehicles, and modern electronics like smartphones. [...]

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  • Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process to Momentum Technologies

Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process to Momentum Technologies

ORNL licenses Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process to Momentum Technologies The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Momentum Technologies have signed a non-exclusive licensing agreement for an ORNL process designed to recover rare earth magnets from used computer hard drives. Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process The patent-pending process developed as part of DOE’s [...]

  • University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility

University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility

University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility The University of Birmingham has been awarded £4m to set up a pilot facility to recycle rare earth metals from scrap. The pilot facility, based at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham, will focus on recycling magnets made from neodymium, boron and iron – metals often found [...]

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Canada’s Geomega to recycle rare earth magnets

Canada's Geomega to recycle rare earth magnets Canadian firm Geomega has raised funds to build a demonstration plant in Quebec for recycling rare earth elements from permanent magnets using a new processing technology that creates no acid waste. The project is nearing construction just as manufacturers seek ways to diversify the supply chain for permanent [...]

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