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Perth-based Lithium Australia NL (‘LIT’) aims to supply ethically and sustainably sourced materials to the battery industry worldwide.

To that end, LIT has developed disruptive extraction technologies – including its proprietary SiLeach® process – and secured positions in lithium provinces around the globe, including Western Australia and Europe.

LIT takes the view that sustainability equates to viability with respect to both the manufacture and disposal of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs).

Indeed, LIT believes discarded electronic/battery waste may ultimately prove the most cost-effective and environmentally friendly source of the so-called ‘energy metals’, among them lithium and cobalt.

https://smallcaps.com.au/lithium-australia-vspc-co-funded-grant-advance-cathode-processing-technologies/

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Lynn Wood @ 2020.02.03 3:27 PM
A very popular idea! Battery waste is such a problem.

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