| Cronimet and Outokumpu are further expanding their strategic partnership.
| Improvements to beverage can recycling practices in six countries around the world could help to reduce global CO2 emissions by up to 60 million metric tons by 2030, according to a new study commissioned by Crown Holdings and the International Aluminium Institute (IAI).
| Latasa Reciclagem, part of the ReciclaBR Group, is recognized as a pioneer and point of reference for aluminium recycling in Brazil.
| With the recent launch of the battery black mass recycling process, Metso now offers complete processes and services for battery minerals production – from minerals extraction to refined battery chemicals and end-of-life battery black mass recycling.
| The Norwegian company Metallco AS collects and sorts all types of scrap metal and turns the collected raw materials into new aluminium in its in-house smelting plant.
| The Cronimet Group reports record sales of EUR 4.1 billion for the fiscal year 2022 and has again exceeded its operating profit of 2021 by approximately 10%.
| EIT RawMaterials and the European Raw Materials Alliance (ERMA) have released a roadmap that, if followed and given an investment of at least €15bn, could supply many of the EU’s raw materials needs by 2030 and beyond.
| Early 2023 had brought an improvement in market conditions for Europe’s stainless steel sector following the low demand suffered in 2022, reported BIR Stainless Steel & Special Alloys Committee Chairman Joost van Kleef of Oryx Stainless in his opening comments to the body’s latest meeting in Amsterdam on May 22.
| “Over the last two or three years, more and more countries have begun to look at raw material security,” observed BIR Non-Ferrous Metals Division President Dhawal Shah of India-based Metco Ventures LLP in addressing the body’s latest meeting, held in Amsterdam on May 22.
| Rare earth recycling company HyProMag, which was formed by researchers from the University of Birmingham’s School of Metallurgy and Materials, is to be acquired by Maginito.
| The Redwave RF fine sorting machine can detect and sort a blend of non-ferrous metals starting from a size of 4 mm, to produce products such as pure copper, brass, zinc and precious metal fractions.
| In order to conserve resources, we need to reuse raw materials as often as we can.
| Kuusakoski is investing €25 million in a major new production line at the company's recycling plant in Heinola, Finland.
| Aluminium beverage can recycling achieved a record level of 510,000 tonnes, saving 4.2 million tonnes of CO2eq.