1st Newsletter REMAGHIC covering the Balance Problem

REMAGHIC is a EU Horizon 2020 SPIRE project dealing with “New Recovery Processes to produce Rare Earth – Magnesium Alloys of High Performance and Low Cost”. REMAGHIC is focused on contributing to Europe’s rare earth recovery and magnesium recycling technologies. REMAGHIC thereby targets to improve the efficiencies of these processes and advancing the technology readiness levels for a new generation of industrial processes. As such, REMAGHIC will lead to new, low-cost competitive alloys for a wide variety of sectors across Europe’s manufacturing value chain. As input waste streams REMAGHIC works on lamp phosphors, CRT phosphors and NiMH batteries, i.e. waste streams that have been prioritised by the authorative ERECON report.

The first REMAGHIC Newsletter was sent out today by SIM² KU Leuven: it contains items on the Rare-earth Balance Problem, University Training, a guide to Open Access … You can read it here: http://eepurl.com/cCja3f

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