rare earth recycling

  • Apple says it will stop using mined rare earth minerals to

    Apr 20, 2017Apple just announced that it plans to stop relying on mined rare earth minerals and metals to make their products, and instead use only recycled sources. Apple wants to stop. It just isn't sure

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  • REE4EU

    REE4EU pilot in operation The REE4EU project has demonstrated at a pilot scale a closed-loop permanent magnet recycling process for the first time in Europe. The REE4EU pilot has successfully treated several tons of in-process wastes and end-of-life products containing rare earth elements, resulting in the recovery of almost hundred kilos of rare earth alloys []

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  • REE Recovery from End

    Sep 20, 2016NdFeB permanent magnets contain about 31–32 wt% of rare-earth elements (REEs). Recycling of REEs contained in this type of magnets from the End-of-Life (EOL) products will play an important and complementary role in the total supply of REEs in the future.

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  • Rare Earth Element Metals Recycling: Is There Hope After

    Our post, Rare Earth Element Recycling: Is There Hope After All? discussed a potential solution for recycling the rare earth elements neodymium, dysprosium and praseodymium from the drive units and motors of discarded electric and hybrid cars. Another emerging technology, reported on the Oak Ridge

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  • Rare Earth Magnet Recycling

    REPM Recycling Opportunities • To date, only very small quantities of rare earth elements (estimated to be around 1%) have been recycled from pre-consumer scrap, mainly

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  • IntelliMet

    Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) technology is uniquely situated to provide processing of spent Rare Earth Element (REE) alloys and other recyclable products. Similar to the separation of bulk-REEs from mining processes, recycling occurs by dissolving the metals in solution and processing through SPE to separate the individual elements from one

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  • Rare Earth Recycling

    Recycling rare-earth-containing products would provide a steady, domestic source of rare earths to manufacturers while also reducing waste. Currently, the main roadblock to recycling rare earth elements is the cost required to purify the mixtures obtained from consumer devices.

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  • Rare Earth Magnets Recycling Round

    Apr 05, 2019Order Your Rare Earth Magnets from Apex Magnets Recycling is a hot topic today, and finding ways to make magnet recycling an easier and more efficient process, to us, is an attractive pairing! Keep up with our Magnets in the News blog to stay up-to-date on any new discoveries.

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  • The problem with recycling rare earth metals

    Apr 02, 2014That's because mining rare earth metals is a dirty, ugly process and it poses a substantial threat to the environment as well as significant health risks to the workers who operate the mines. Reportedly under immense environmental pressures, China "began to restrict the exportation of rare earth metals in 2010."

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  • ORNL licenses rare earth magnet recycling process to

    Sep 02, 2016Dallas-based Momentum Technologies is focused on extraction of rare earth elements and other materials from hard drives for recycling and direct reuse. Momentum holds a separate license for ORNL's membrane extraction technology, which uses a combination of hollow fiber membranes, organic solvents and neutral extractants to selectively recover rare earth elements such as

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  • Using nanomaterials to recycle rare earth elements from

    Oct 30, 2013Recycling REEs from wastewater not only saves rare earth resources and protects the environment, but also brings considerable economic benefits, the researchers state. The pilot-scale experiment indicated that the self-supported flower-like nano-Mg(OH)2 had great potential to recycle REEs from industrial wastewater.

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  • Rare opportunity to recycle rare earths

    Rare-earth metals are found in cellphones, magnets, including those used in computer hard drives and alternative-fuel vehicles, and displays. If recovering these metals requires minimal investment in space or dollars, it could be worthwhile.

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  • Why rare earth recycling is rare and what we can do about

    Apr 14, 2014Why rare earth recycling is rare and what we can do about it. As they are integral parts of cell phones, hard drives, hybrid cars, wind turbines and other products with skyrocketing demand, rare earth metals face soaring demand, too.

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  • Rare Earth Recycling: Forecast of Recoverable Nd from

    May 27, 2015This manuscript quantifies the recoverability of the rare earth (RE) element neodymium from shredder scrap during the next two decades and provides a forecast of recycling rates until 2034 based on these calculations.

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  • How to Profit From Rare Earth Stocks

    Rare-earth minerals and metals are used in industry, and as the global economy recovers and grows, demand for these resources should also grow.

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  • IntelliMet

    Rare Earth Recycling Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) technology is uniquely situated to provide processing of spent Rare Earth Element (REE) alloys and other recyclable products.

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  • Rare earth magnet recovery feeds new hard drives

    May 02, 2019Dell has engaged in a variety of recycling-related projects over the years, including with problematic material streams such as ocean plastic. But the rare earth magnet project is particularly notable as a closed-loop process – magnets recovered from hard drives are coming back to Dell and being fed into the production of new hard drives.

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  • Recycling rare earths by recycling agricultural waste

    Apr 20, 2018Rare earth magnet recycling is a grind -- this new process takes a simpler approach Date: April 20, 2018 Source: DOE/Ames Laboratory Summary: A new recycling

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  • Rare Earth Recycling

    Rare Earth Recycling A new energy-efficient separation of rare earth elements could provide a new domestic source of critical materials. Credit: Images courtesy of J.A. Bogart, et al., Angew.

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  • Solvay Opens Rare Earth Metals Recycling Plants in France

    Oct 03, 2012Solvay Group, a chemical group headquartered in Brussels, has officially opened two rare earth metals recycling plants in France.The two plants are designed to allow the company to diversify its supply of rare earth metals and preserve resources. Solvay says it has developed a process to recover rare earth metals from end-of-life products, such as light bulbs, batteries and magnets.

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  • REEcycle

    By recycling rare earth elements from electronic waste, REEcycle is creating a sustainable, domestic supply of the resources necessary to produce next-generation technologies, including everything from electric cars and iPhones to MRI machines and missile guidance systems..

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  • Japan Recycles Rare Earth Minerals From Used Electronics

    Oct 05, 2010Japan Recycles Minerals From Used Electronics. They are rare-earth elements and other minerals that are crucial to many Japanese technologies and have so far come almost exclusively from China, the global leader in rare earth mining. Recent problems with Chinese supplies of rare earths have sent Japanese traders and companies in search of alternative sources, creating opportunities for

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  • Recycling the Rare Earth Metals of E

    Nov 13, 2017Recycling the Rare Earth Metals of E-Waste. In one test, for example, copper and europium were mixed together and pumped into the filtration device. By applying a low voltage to select for copper and doubling the voltage to select for europium, the researchers were able to separate and recover the two metals.

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  • Rare earth recycling

    Mar 15, 2017Rare earth recycling (Nanowerk News) Rare earth metals, including the lanthanide series, scandium, and yttrium, are critical components in permanent magnets, electric vehicles, smartphones, and more. The elements occur naturally as mixtures in ores and must be purified prior to use.

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  • Rare Earth Investing News

    Jul 09, 2019Rare earth elements market: Types of rare earths. Those used to make magnet rare earths include praseodymium, neodymium, samarium and dysprosium, while phosphor rare earths — those used in lighting — include europium, terbium and yttrium. Cerium, lanthanum and gadolinium are sometimes included in the phosphor category as well.

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  • Rare Earth/Neodymium Magnet Recycling — Okon Metals

    Rare Earth/Neodymium Magnet Recycling. Okon Metals is the largest recycler of neodymium magnets in North America. While decommissioning the neo-magnets, safety and the environment come first.

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